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Is Multiplayer Gaming Safe During the Quarantine?

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As a result of the chaos caused by the coronavirus, hundreds of millions of people of all ages are voluntarily and sometimes involuntarily, grounded home. Streaming platforms have proven to be a haven for millions of people, but not everyone relies on Netflix and Apple TV+ to stay entertained. A big chunk of people has started exploring new horizons of online entertainment such as multiplayer online games. While most seasoned gamers have one way or another learned to spot and handle dangers such as online predators, malware, and cyberbullies, the newbies just entering the new worlds of online games are nothing...

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BECOME A PANDA RESELLER

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Panda are always looking for more individuals and businesses to become Resellers and share our success. Full training and support provided! Click here to apply!

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PANDA to be acquired by WatchGuard Technologies

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On the 9th March 2020, Panda announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by WatchGuard Technologies, a leading global provider of network security and intelligence, secure Wi-Fi and multi-factor authentication. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory conditions and approvals and is expected to close in in Q2 2020. If you aren’t familiar with WatchGuard, the company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and for over 20 years has pioneered cutting-edge cybersecurity technology — including network security, secure Wi-Fi, multi-factor authentication, and network intelligence products and services.

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How to clean your computer inside and out - Panda Security

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52% of users reuse their passwords

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Most Internet users these days still haven’t fully understood the importance of establishing effective mechanisms to create secure passwords. In order to understand how complex the risk is, researchers at Virginia Tech University and Dashlane analysts have carried out one of the largest empirical studies on password reuse and modification patterns. After examining a database of over 28 million users and their 61 million passwords, they have uncovered an alarming figure: 52% of the users studied have the same passwords (or very similar and easily hackable ones) for different services. The harm that this bad habit can cause in a business environment...

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