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Humble Bundle 2K Playstation offer

It seems that Humble Bundle comes back with a new offer, specially made for PlayStation fans – 2K Playstation. There is a variety of offers starting at $1 and reaching $20.

The first offer starts at $1 and you can get the following games: XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus (PSVita), Civilization Revolution 2 Plus (PSVita), The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (PS3) and Evolve (PS4).

For the second offer at $6.28 (approximately 5.35€) or more you can get the following games: XCOM: Enemy Within (PS3), BioShock (PS3), Battleborn (PS4, for Battleborn Platinum VC you’ll have to pay an extra $9,99), Borderlands (PS3), Borderlands II Ultimate Edition (PS3), Mafia II (PS3) and Spec Ops: The Line (PS3). This offer seems to be specially made for PS3 players, except for the Battleborn Trial that is for PS4.

For the third offer starting at $20 or more (approximately 17.04€) you can get the XCOM 2 game for PlayStation 4.

All of the above games and offers can be purchased by following this link. You have 4 more days to get one or all of the offers. What I like the most at this offer is the fact that Humble Bundle has thought at all the PlayStation users, from PSVita ’till PS4 ones. So far, by my opinion, the second offer is the best money can buy especially for user that could not afford a PS4 or PS4 Pro and are still sticking with the PS3 consoles.


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The way that the ransomware is spreading has not changed much. It still uses phishing e-mails that contains malicious code into MS Office files or archived attachments.

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Stay alert when opening attachments that come from unknown sources and also a antivirus or antimalware solution is always welcomed. Better safe than sorry! is a phrase we use.