ICYMI: 50% off Mobile Security, Ashley Madison and Plenty of Fish

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You can get 50% off ESET Mobile Security, data from the Ashley Madison breach has been released and dating website Plenty of Fish is the target of a malvertising campaign.

Starting last week and running through until the end of the month you can get 50% off ESET Mobile Security.

ESET Mobile Security for Android got a perfect score in the latest round of testing from AV Test and offers excellent anti-malware scanning, both for apps and as you browse, as well as an enhanced anti-theft suite.

For more information and details on how to take advantage of this offer, click here.

The internet was abuzz just over a month ago with the news that niche dating website Ashley Madison was subject to a breach.

The Impact Team claimed responsibility and threatened the release of 37m users personal and potentially financial information unless the site was shut down.

Avid Life Media, the company which own AM, did not comply and the data was subsequently released. Read more here.

Dating website users haven’t been having a great time of it lately. Plenty of Fish is the latest to suffer and this time it’s a malvertising campaign targeting users’ financial accounts.

The campaign is noted as being particularly dangerous due to the low level of user interaction required to fall victim.

If you are a user then keep an eye on your finances for small under-the-radar payments that you don’t recognise and keep your OS, applications and security software up-to-date. Read more here.

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