I don’t know about you but I spent weeks trying to figure out what I should be… it’s not easy getting 4 legs into a costume. So I appreciate you all weighing in. The Facebook poll is over now and as you can see I decided to go for the costume that got the most votes from you. And I couldn’t be happier with my choice!
Just last week we were talking about some worrying facts concerning mobile malware. As Juniper Research data showed, malware targeting mobile devices nearly tripled, from 14,000 to 40,000 instances, in less than a year.
This week, experts from the mobile security industry have been expressing their concerns about what can only be described as a pandemic of Android malware, with high risk or potentially dangerous apps reaching 175k in Q3 up from 30k at the end of Q2. And with only 20% of Android users protecting their devices, the majority is at serious risk.
Just recently we’ve announced that BullGuard Mobile Backup now supports BlackBerry devices, in addition to Android, iOS and Symbian devices. Hopefully, BlackBerry fans were pleased to hear the news.
Now we’ve got a cool giveaway for mobile gamers in the US. With the launch of the latest castle defence game Besieged 2, creators Leviathan Games and PulsePlay are giving away some cool prizes. And guess what? BullGuard has joined them in the giveaway!
If you’re on Facebook, you’ve probably had your account hacked or seen
friends’ weird and wacky status updates – usually a result of being hacked. So
what are the most popular scams on Facebook and how can you avoid them? Being
aware of the scams that are out there is probably one of the best ways to avoid
Halloween is rapidly approaching and it’s looking spooky! Holidays are prime opportunities for criminals of all kinds. Not only do you need to keep your children safe while trick-or-treating, but also from online threats and cyber criminals.
Back in July we were proposing THE solution for the unimaginable: BullGuard Mobile Backup.
The awesome new app was, back then, available for Android, Symbian and iOS devices NOW, BlackBerry aficionados can get their hands on this super useful app as well.
The path to a great product starts with our customers!
We would like to thank all our Beta testers for helping us develop and launch a new and improved version of BullGuard Internet Security 2013. We were pleased with your valuable contribution, your passion and your expertise
This year’s theme “Our Shared Responsibility” focuses on the internet as a shared resource and its safety being everyone’s responsibility. We owe it to each other to be educated, and employ more secure measures when sharing content online. Things as simple as learning how to identify spam email and deleting it instead of forwarding on to your friends can make a big difference! Even the U.S. President Obama is getting in on the action! Read his proclamation on cyber security here.
Viruses, Trojans and spyware do not care what device you use. Just go online, and the dangers threatening your mobile device are just as real as those threatening your PC.
Ever wondered what countries most attackers operate from?
Curious as to what types of attacks they prefer?
A recent study conducted by website security company Incapsula shows a quite interesting, yet worrying set of facts and stats. As it turns out, the United States and China gather the highest numbers of website attackers. And the most common attacks they perform are as follows: