How to Tell if Everything.exe is "Safe" or Not - MiniTool Solutions

According to some analysis, everything.exe may be a dangerous program. This program can trigger too many of the "possible danger" criteria detailed bellow. I recommend you to be careful with this application. But that doesn't necessary mean it is do a virus. In this post, I will introduce how to determine if everything.exe is a virus or a legit program that doesn't cause harm the PC.

What should you do if Malwarebytes Web Protection won't turn on

Malwarebytes, one of the most popular anti-malware or firewall programs on the planet, has been protecting millions of users' computer. It seems that many user are experiencing an issue where Malwarebytes web protection won’t turn on. If you are just dealing with this then please read this post to obtain more information and some tips that will hopefully help your issue.

Milestone Kickstarter Contest now open to developers, coders worldwide

Milestone Systems has built an open platform for vision-based technology software working with applications that create benefits across areas such as security, transportation, emergency response, traffic optimisation and even in wildlife. The Milestone Community Kickstarter Contest is a unique opportunity for coders, developers, individuals and organisations to discover new applications and capabilities that that can “plug in” to the XProtect® VMS product family.

Two thirds of SMBs believe their data is unsafe in the cloud

Two thirds (61%) of small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) believe that their data is unsafe in the cloud, with almost a third (29%) saying that they have suffered a breach since moving to the cloud for storage, according to a new report from cybersecurity firm IS Decisions.

How Digital Signatures may impact the finance industry?

The finance industry to improve its services by introducing paperless banking is implementing infrastructures to support e signatures for financial services. From simple banking to loans, insurance, mortgages, policies, etc. are part of the international laws that govern the use of digital and electronic signatures in the financial sector.

How to mature a threat hunting program with the ATT&CK Framework

John Wunder, Principal Cybersecurity Engineer at MITRE Corporation suggested in a recent webinar that the ATT&CK framework is the ‘obligatory pyramid of pain’. It is the first framework that looks at the behaviours of cyber attackers and their increasing sophistication

Bitglass warns of escalating insider attacks

Bitglass, the Next-Gen CASB company, has cautioned that insider attacks are escalating and that a significant number of organisations are failing to monitor user behaviour across their cloud footprints.

How to maintain cybersecurity across all your devices

Network administrators are under significant and increasing pressure to make sure their networks are designed and operated securely. So it is important that they have the right knowledge and tools to manage cybersecurity throughout the life cycle of the system.

Biometric Identification: Iris Recognition

Ever wondered how does the Iris Recognition work, how accurate it is and what makes it stand out from other Bio metric Identifications? Well we are going to discuss this today, so let’s just jump right into it But First Note that Iris Recognition is not the same as Retinal Recognition as retinal scanning is the ocular-based Bio-metric technology that matches unique pattern of an individual’s retina blood vessels.

Looking back on 2018’s security market activity – and the potential influence on 2019

While Axis is a company that always aims to look forwards, sometimes it is useful to pause for a moment and reflect on the recent past. As we near the end of 2018, it seems like a good time to take a look at some of the most significant activities and trends that have shaped the security industry over the past year, and which we feel will have an impact moving into the 2019 and beyond.

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