David Balaban is a computer security researcher with over 10 years of experience in malware analysis and antivirus software evaluation. David runs the Privacy-PC.com project which presents expert opinions on the contemporary information security matters, including social engineering, penetration testing, threat intelligence, online privacy and white hat hacking. As part of his work at Privacy-PC, Mr. Balaban has interviewed such security celebrities as Dave Kennedy, Jay Jacobs and Robert David Steele to get firsthand perspectives on hot InfoSec issues. David has a strong malware troubleshooting background, with the recent focus on ransomware countermeasures.
There are a lot of unexpansive smart TVs on the market. Have you ever thought about why they got so cheap?
December 30, 2019
Cybercrime is any criminal activity where the main object (as a target and/or as a tool) is a computer or network...
December 14, 2019
Some people overestimate the capabilities of anonymous operating systems, thinking that after they launch OS like Tails, they are completely protected from any enemy.
December 6, 2019
So, you have some reason to remain anonymous on the net. You open Google, type in something like: “Basics of Internet anonymity” and get some results.
November 20, 2019
So, you run the publication’s website or maintain your own blog....
November 2, 2019