Nowadays, uninstallation and reinstallation of Norton antivirus products is easy by ‘Norton Remove & Reinstall tool‘.
This tool helps to uninstall & reinstall your Norton antivirus products.
Before you start:
- The Norton Remove and Reinstall tool uninstalls most Norton antivirus products, and reinstall the latest version.Make sure that you meet the following requirements before you continue:
- You should have an Internet connection
- The tool does not remove Norton Utilities or Norton Family
- The tool does not remove your Norton Identity Safe local vault
- Norton antivirus products that are offered by the service providers like Comcast or Deutsche Telekom, are not removed by this tool. Download and run the Norton Removal Tool.
New Norton Security is years proven and known security software including antivirus, firewall, password manager and optimization tools. This is a comprehensive protection for your computer/PC, laptop and internet browsing.
Norton Security is internally categorized into three main parts:
Norton™ Utilities contains a registry and PC cleaner to boost your PC’s performance and improve startup times by repairing another common PC issue.
System Requirements for NORTON UTILITIES
There are presently more than 4 million applications accessible crosswise over different versatile stages. It’s for all intents and purposes difficult to monitor every last application on the majority of your gadgets, regardless of whether it is a common gadget, for example, a tablet or cell phone, or just to continue prying eyes far from the gadget.
Consumer credit reporting agency Equifax Inc. has announced on Sep 7 that cybercriminals have exploited a vulnerability in their website, allowing them to gain access to certain files. The data breach appears to have taken place from mid-May through July 2017. The company discovered the unauthorized access on July 29 of this year.
We recently discovered a cybersecurity incident involving consumer information. Once discovered, we acted immediately to stop the intrusion.
— Equifax Inc. (@Equifax) September 7, 2017
What is an Info-stealing ad library?
In google play store more than 800 apps that contain malicious ad library. This information-stealing ad library dubbed Xavier can collect sensitive user information such as Device ID, E-mail ID, SIM card operator, Installed apps and OS version, all without the users knowledge.
The malicious ad library is a type of Trojan horse.
Presently, Google has removed all the malicious apps and it is continuously monitoring all apps.
How to stay protected from information-stealing ad library risk
Some subscriber install Norton product setup on device which they don’t use after some period. At this situation, Norton setup provides the feature to transfer your Norton licence from one device to another device.
Note: If you have purchased your product from the Norton Online Store or from a retail store then this process is valid.
What is the WannaCry Ransomware?
WannaCry Ransomware is a form of malware that targets your critical data and systems for the purpose of extortion. Ransomware is frequently delivered through spearphishing emails. After the user has been locked out of the data or system, the cyber actor demands a ransom payment. After receiving payment, the cyber actor will purportedly provide an avenue to the victim to regain access to the system or data. Recent iterations target enterprise end users, making awareness and training a critical preventive measure.
WannaCry searches for and encrypts 176 different file types and appends .WCRY to the end of the file name. It ask users to pay a US$300 ransom in bitcoins. The ransom note indicates that the payment amount will be doubled after three days. If payment is not made after seven days, the encrypted files will be deleted.
The medicinal services industry is under attack. Information ruptures of patient data have turned into very normal, with both outside and insider dangers attempting to access patients’ electronic health records (EHRs), and it doesn’t give the idea that the quantity of assaults will ease up at any point in the near future.
Yet, this makes one wonder: Why are EHRs so defenseless against assault? What’s more, why do cybercriminals target them in any case?