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March is often associated with tax season. It is probably the most dreaded season for millions of taxpayers. For many, the thought of tax season often leave them feeling overwhelmed but it doesn’t have to be. Proper preparation is the key to escape from the dreadful ordeal that we frequently associate it with. Making sure that you fill in the correct tax forms, keeping your paperwork in order and filing your taxes on time will save you from the nightmare.
Let’s be honest, no one wants to own a computer that is infected with malicious programs. Therefore, it is imperative to practice safe computing habits. You can avoid most malware just by staying away from a few common traps.
Cybercriminals are constantly trying to find new vulnerabilities to exploit. As a result, new threats are emerging every day on the web. To stay protected, it is important to ensure that your antivirus program is up-to-date.
Everyone at Lavasoft has been very hard at work to build the next-generation security and privacy software solution. Today, we are very excited to announce that we will be releasing very soon what we believe will become the new market standard in free security and privacy software. We call it Ad-Aware 10.
Our best software update yet brings all the privacy and security features you know and trust to a whole new level: it’s faster and slimmer, packs better protection, offers powerful new features and is wrapped in a brand new interface.
February has always been looked upon as the month of love and romance where friends become lovers and lovers become soul mates.
As February 14th approaches, whether you’re a devotee or a hater of this day, people are busy seeking and buying gifts from flowers, chocolates to an endless array of everything red and heart shaped items. It’s easy to get caught up in moment… Well, guess what… Cyber criminals are also taking their part in the hysteria.
As February 14th draws closer, don’t be surprised if several spams and phishing scams find their way into your inbox.
There is no doubt that Valentine’s Day often offers spammers and scammers alike a golden opportunity to lure people into opening their wallets or giving away their personal information under the deceptive guise of love.
That is why Valentine’s Day security should be on everyone’s mind when buying gifts online or opening an e-card from that special someone.
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We’ve all been there - that joy you feel when you’re unpacking your new computer and the eagerness that ensues once you’re about to power it on for the first time.
Our most popular software upgrade now comes with more advanced features than ever before to offer you a complete protection against the most dangerous forms of attacks and malware.
With Ad-Aware 10, our commitment to offer more FREE security features than anyone else is boldly restated.
We’re porting to Ad-Aware FREE 10 more security features than it has ever had in its 12 years of history, thereby making it a direct free competitor to many of the top paid security software available on the market today.
We are very happy to announce that both Ad-Aware Pro and Ad-Aware Free have received the prestigious Editors’ Choice from PC Magazine for superior performance in both malware blocking and malware removal. The Editors' Choice is awarded to products and services that stand out from and above similar products in their categories, according to PCMag.
We are very proud to announce the release of the new Ad-Aware line-up!
And this time, we give you two very important and exciting changes!
Attention Ad-Aware users: we have news for you! We’re going to be rolling out two exciting new changes in the upcoming July Ad-Aware release –
1. Anti-virus is soon to be included in Ad-Aware Free
2. An all-new Ad-Aware product is on the way
Do we share too much private information online? Is what we share – both deliberately and inadvertently – and what we click putting our privacy and security at risk?