Detailed description of how to setup BlackFog with a proxy server on Microsoft Windows 7 or later.
BlackFog Privacy ensures your device is protected from fileless cyber attacks which are growing at an alarming rate. It provides real time protection against online threats with 11 layers of protection to prevent attacks from ransomware, spyware, malware and unauthorized data collection and profiling.
BlackFog, Inc. today announced that they have signed a distribution agreement with Mustek Limited. to resell its data privacy and cybersecurity solution.
BlackFog announces the release of BlackFog Privacy 4.0, its next generation data privacy and cybersecurity solution for Windows. Focusing specifically on on-device cybersecurity and data exfiltration, BlackFog is able to block threats in real-time.
BlackFog collected threat statistics on a global basis for the first 6 months of 2019. What follows is a summary of the data exfiltration across all endpoints across Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices. Dark Web BlackFog saw some trends from Q1 with a significant increase in Dark Web exfiltration representing 5.67% [...]
When installing BlackFog on a damaged Windows 7 or later computer you may get error code 12029 reported from the installer. The installer checks for a viable machine before installing and so when it sees it is damaged it will halt installation.
In this blog we’ll discuss the most common questions that arise around the issue of ad blocking and malvertising and why simply blocking ads isn’t enough to protect your privacy and your personal data.
We are now approaching the one-year anniversary of the implementation of GDPR – one of the most important changes to data privacy regulations in the last 20 years. Since its implementation, what changes – if any – have businesses made to ensure the data they hold remains secure?
BlackFog, Inc. has been selected as finalists in the Innovative Product of the Year – Threat Detection for the 2019 Cyber Security Awards.
When running BlackFog alongside Kaspersky it is important that you are running the latest version of Kaspersky greater than 19. Older versions have a memory handling bug which manifests over time and eventually causes Windows to crash. Kaspersky drivers in v19 seem to be the main cause of the problem and are documented on [...]