A secure messaging app can protect your chats from the prying eyes of hackers and governments. But how can you be sure? Discover your best options here.
The top 10 best free antivirus programs for Windows 7, 8, and 10. Choose the right antivirus software for 2020 & protect yourself from malware & other threats.
Microsoft has ended support for Windows 7. But don't worry — AVG still protects our Windows 7 users. Get more info here.
An investigation of deepfake videos: what they mean for the future and how they can be detected.
Find out if Facebook is eavesdropping on you through your phone, and learn what can be done about it.
How safe are bitcoins? Find out how Bitcoin secures your transactions, and when you should take extra steps to protect your digital currency.
Protect your private Word docs, PDFs, and other documents with AVG's newest privacy feature.
It's the latest router malware, and it can potentially cause quite a mess. Find out about the VPNFilter malware, see if it affects your router, and learn how to get rid of it with one quick and easy trick.
Are you part of the 143 million people whose social security info could have leaked in the Equifax hack? Here’s everything you need to know to protect yourself.
Webcam hacking is dangerous, but your phone camera and surveillance system can also be used to spy on you. Here’s how to protect yourself.
Petya ransomware is back with a vengeance - and we know how to keep you safe from it
Fingerprint locks may be easy to use but they have some serious flaws and may be more dangerous than they are worth.
Passwords are a ubiquitous part of life online - and too often we take them for granted. We take shortcuts and create and reuse passwords that are imminently crackable.
Threat Labs team members speak with a hacker inside a keylogger for Diablo 3. How does such a situation look like? Read on!
This year, AVG will reveal a set of concept invisibility glasses at Pepcom in Barcelona before Mobile World Congress. Why would they be useful? Read on!
Be on the lookout for a new phishing email claiming to be from Netflix with the subject line “Important Notice”.
The AVG Threat Report reveals computer-savvy kids writing a malware code to hack somebody's Facebook account. What are their motivations? Read on!