Trang tin tức - Bitdefender Vietnam

Chào mừng đến với trang tin tức Bitdefender

Sẵn sàng hỗ trợ 24/7! Trả lời các câu hỏi và giải quyết các vấn đề kỹ thuật của khách hàng.

Bitdefender ผสานเทคโนโลยีกับ Nutanix และ Citrix ปกป้องระบบ HCI และ Virtualization แบบไร้รอยต่อ

Published on: 22-03-2019

Bitdefender ผู้นำด้าน Endpoint Security ที่มีผู้ใช้งานมากกว่า 500 ล้านเครื่องใน 150 ประเทศทั่วโลก จับมือกับ Nutanix และ Citrix ผสานรวมเทคโนโลยี GravityZone เข้ากับโซลูชันของผู้ให้บริการทั้งสองอย่างไร้รอยต่อ ปกป้องระบบ Hyper-converged Infrastructure และ Virtualization จากภัยคุกคามขั้นสูงได้ถึงระดับ Hypervisor

EU Hits Google with Third Antitrust Fine for Illegal Search Ad Practices

Published on: 22-03-2019

Google was fined almost €1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) by the European Commission for an antitrust violation, the legislative body announced. Labeled as “outright prohibition,” Google was fined for abusive practices regarding competition policy, the third fine it has received over a two-year span. The case was identified in 2016 and Google has since been cooperating with the EU to improve its policy.

Google Play is flooded with hundreds of unsafe anti-virus products

Published on: 20-03-2019

A new study conducted by AV-Comparatives, a well-respected independent testing agency, has closely examined whether 250 security products for Android smartphones are capable of protecting users at all. The test evaluated whether Android anti-virus products available in the official Google Play store can protect against the 2000 most common Android malware threats of 2018.

ผลการศึกษาของ Verizon แสดงให้เห็นว่าอุปกรณ์มือถือ อยู่ในอันดับต้นๆ ของการโจมตีของแฮกเกอร์

Published on: 19-03-2019

การละเมิดข้อมูลของ Facebook ในปี 2018 อาจเป็นเรื่องที่ยิ่งใหญ่แห่งปี ซึ่งแสดงให้เห็นได้ดีกว่าตัวอย่างอื่นๆ ที่ไม่มี การป้องกันที่ดีต่อแฮกเกอร์ ไม่ว่าจะเป็นบริษัทขนาดเล็กหรือใหญ่ ใครจะคิดว่าบริษัทอย่าง Facebook ที่มีการวิจัย และพัฒนาระดับสูงเพื่อความปลอดภัยทางไซเบอร์ยังโดนละเมิดข้อมูลในปีที่ผ่านมา สิ่งเหล่านี้ได้พิสูจน์ให้เห็นแล้วว่า มันมีความเสี่ยงอยู่แล้วนั่นเอง

Chinese government falls victim to GandCrab 5.2 ransomware

Published on: 18-03-2019

Allegations that China is in the crosshairs of North Korean hackers have arisen after the discovery of ransomware-laden emails hitting the inboxes of government departments. The emails contain version 5.2 of the GandCrab ransomware concealed as...

Cybercrime Costs Climb 12% to $13 Million per Company in 2018

Published on: 18-03-2019

Financial damage associated with cybercrime and insider threats jumped 12% globally in 2018 and accounted for a third of all cybersecurity costs, new research shows. A study by the Ponemon Institute on behalf of Accenture looks at costs last year associated with cyberattacks to IT infrastructure, economic cyber espionage, business disruption, exfiltration of intellectual property and revenue.

Google Takes Down 2.3 Billion Ads, Almost 60 Million Phishing Scams

Published on: 15-03-2019

Google’s bad ads report for 2018 is out, and according to Director of Sustainable Ads Scott Spencer, 2.3 billion non-compliant ads were taken down for violating policies, almost 1 billion fewer than the 3.2 billion ads detected in 2017. Many represented malvertising and phishing scams for tech support, bail bonds, garage doors and ticket resellers, with phishing scams totaling 58.8 million.

Man arrested for selling one million Netflix, Spotify, Hulu passwords

Published on: 14-03-2019

Police in Australia have arrested a man who allegedly made AU $300,000 (US $211,000) running a website which sold the account passwords of popular online subscription services including Netflix, Spotify, Hulu, PSN, and Origin.

Hackable car alarms leave three million cars at risk of hijack

Published on: 12-03-2019

Millions of car owners were left at risk of having their vehicles stolen, because of the poor security of third-party app-connected car alarms. After-market car alarms, designed to add an additional layer of security for vehicles, have been found to be seriously lacking – even when sometimes marketed as “unhackable.”

Update your Chrome browser now! 0-day actively exploited in the wild

Published on: 08-03-2019

Google has released a new stable version of its Internet surfing software equipped with a patch for a zero-day vulnerability reportedly being exploited in the wild. The flaw can allow an attacker to gain full access to the victim’s machine.