Consumer Family Safety

Holiday Stress Can Make You More Careless Online

Holiday stress. Every year, come November, my resting heart rate starts to rise: the festive season is approaching. Not only is there so much to do but there’s so much to spend money on. There are presents to purchase, feasts to prepare and party outfits to buy. Throw in a ...

Family Safety

At What Age Should Kids Join Social Media?

Last week, I waved goodbye to my eldest son as he moved halfway across the world to study for a year. I was so emotional at the airport – I couldn’t talk! After many cups of tea and even more stares in an airport café, I had no more tears ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Connected or Compromised? How to Stay Secure While Using Push Notifications

You’re probably familiar with push notifications – messages sent by app publishers that pop up on your desktop or mobile device. Browser push notifications are messages from websites that users have granted permission to serve them the latest news without having to open the actual website. While push notifications are a ...

Consumer Threat Notices

How to Protect Yourself from Tech Support Imposters

Many of us rely on our technology throughout our everyday lives. So, when something goes wrong, we look to tech support to save the day. Unfortunately, cybercriminals have used our reliance on tech support to make a profit in the form of tech support scams. And now it appears that ...

Consumer Threat Notices

As Search Engines Blacklist Fewer Sites, Users More Vulnerable to Attack

Turns out, it’s a lot harder for a website to get blacklisted than one might think. A new study found that while the number of bot malware infected websites remained steady in Q2 of 2018, search engines like Google and Bing are only blacklisting 17 percent of infected websites they ...

Family Safety

Aussie Ruby Rose is McAfee’s Most Dangerous Celebrity

Keeping up to date with celebrity gossip is a sport for many of us. Staying on top of what your favourite celebrity wore to the latest Hollywood shindig and, of course who they were with can be very time consuming and often require extensive searching! But did you know that ...

Consumer Threat Notices

McAfee’s Most Dangerous Celebrities 2018: Ruby Rose Takes Center Stage

Every rose has its thorn, right? Apparently, the same goes for actress Ruby Rose, as her newfound popularity from “Orange is the New Black” has made her both famous, and maybe even dangerous. At least when it comes to online interactions. You heard correctly, the newly announced Batwoman has also ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Announcing McAfee’s Evolved Consumer Product Portfolio

Every fall the leaves change colors, sweaters replace sundresses, and new changes are afoot. Especially for us at McAfee. In fact, we’re announcing quite a few changes to our consumer security portfolio this fall. Tailored to the increasingly connected world we live in, our evolved line of products focuses on ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Safari and Edge Browser Users: This Flaw May Help Hackers Hijack Your Internet Activity

A browser is our connection to the world wide web – it allows us to access websites, gain information, make online purchases, the list goes on. As the key to our internet usage, browsers can also be the key to unlocking our personal information. So, unfortunately, browser flaws can have ...

Consumer Mobile and IoT Security

Back to School: Cybersecurity in the Classroom

It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to an end and that back-to-school time is around the corner. For some kids, that means cyberbullies are traded in for school bullies and social engagement will turn into in-person interactions. But for others — dubbed Extreme Internet Users — the screen ...

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