Are torrents safe? Torrenting can be a good way to get large files, but it’s also a way people share stolen content. (Watch)
A threat actor is anyone who has the potential to affect your device or network security and make your valuable information vulnerable. Cybercriminals are one type of threat actor.
Some movie studios have begun to release new films simultaneously in theaters and on their streaming platforms. This allows new films to reach the...
There are many risks associated with viewing unauthorized, stolen content. Read about four big ones.
Pirates use several distribution methods to offer customers stolen content.
Pirated content is not safe. Downloading, streaming or torrenting pirated content can put your devices and your personal information at risk from malware.
Content pirates circumvent legal copy protection and distribute material without the authorization or permission of the content owner.
A new scheme uses our appetite for free trials to trick people into downloading a backdoor into their computers.
Pirates not only steal content, but then they deploy free platforms such as Facebook or Ebay or Amazon to be able to sell these devices. Now, the platforms sometimes make efforts to try to stop that, but it becomes a bit of a game of “Whac-a-Mole.”
Streaming content from pirate services carries risks. Here are just a few.
Avoiding pirated content is easier with a little awareness of how pirate services work.
More streaming at home means an increased risk of malware infection.