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Coronavirus fake news: what’s going on and what to look out for

Coronavirus fake news: what’s going on and what to look out for

We’re seeing a digital-based threat emerging alongside the global spread of Covid-19 itself that needs to be taken seriously, a new breed of what is perhaps more popularly known as ‘fake news’. So what kinds of things should you look out for and be wary of?

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Our fast, secure browser is out now - and made even better by you!

Our fast, secure browser is out now - and made even better by you!

We love tinkering with things and making them ‘just so’ at CCleaner, so we listened to the feedback you gave us about the preview version of our secure browser. We’re proud of the recent release of CCleaner Browser 80.0, complete with an even better version of our ‘Anti-Phishing’ tool now enhanced by AI technology... 

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Top tips for spring cleaning your devices

Top tips for spring cleaning your devices

Similar to giving our homes a clean, sweeping up and organizing files or data on our devices can help make everyday life that little bit simpler. Doing so doesn’t need to be complicated.

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Hack Cambridge: the insider experience by one of its mentors

Hack Cambridge: the insider experience by one of its mentors
This weekend, I was lucky enough to attend Hack Cambridge 101 as a mentor for CCleaner. Hack Cambridge is an annual event that invites students to take part in a 24-hour challenge, and we (the CCleaner team) were there with Avast. On my return to the office (and after a lot of sleep), I was asked about my experience. Here it is...

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We'll be at Hack Cambridge to challenge the world's best tech students

We'll be at Hack Cambridge to challenge the world's best tech students

Hack Cambridge - the prestigious University of Cambridge's annual hacking event - will open its doors this weekend to 300 hackers from universities across the world looking to put their skills to the test. 

The UK's annual event invites students to take part in a 24-hour challenge in which they’ll build, break, and innovate to see how far they can push the boundaries of modern technology. 

Along with Avast Software and their Secure Browser team, we’ll be there to present a hacking task that will challenge contestants to crack some code in the name of better online privacy. Four of our developers will be on hand to share their technical expertise, give away freebies and answer any questions.

Tom Kermode, our senior software engineer who will be leading this weekend's task, was interviewed ahead of the event...

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