Should you install antivirus software on your smartphone? Is it really just a waste of time and money? Are these apps just a rip off? We investigated these questions by analyzing whether viruses can sneak into smartphones or not.
Is free antivirus software actually just free advertising tools for antivirus companies? With constant promotional pop-ups and updates, it’s no wonder why some users think this way. If antivirus software is free, where is the catch? To put it simple: It is no longer about the virus protection itself, but something completely different.
DigitalWelt reviewed the biggest antivirus companies of 2018. Every year our test results are different since new viruses are constantly coming into the market. Antivirus manufacturers have to stay up to date on the ever changing virus landscape, and provide users with adequate protection.
What versions of Norton Security are the best and the worst? Norton Security 2018 offers 3 products. Depending on the number of devices, the consumer can choose between Standard, Deluxe or Premium. Find out about their virus protection and more information.
As one of the most experienced antivirus companies, McAfee is the market leader in protecting users from threats. We’ve completed a detailed review of the market leader: How does McAfee compare to other competitors and did it pass our tests?
This virus killer is considered one of the best in the world. In the U.S., almost everyone knows of Avira’s antivirus program. But what is behind this impressive reputation? We discovered some interesting facts you should know.
A kafkaesque short story written by William Sen from the book Firewall. It’s about a brightly colored suit that doesn’t match the general appearance of the workers… but, read for yourself what this all means!
Why do people actually program a virus? Is it a hobby or are financial intentions behind it? Martin F. is a true virus programmer and tells us why he pursues this hobby. Hackers like him are the reason why we need antivirus protection.
In the 1980s, a group of young hackers programmed the world’s first computer virus. The virus had no bad intentions, was quite harmless, and destroyed nothing. But the virus had discovered its own existence: it was alive!