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Malware exploits Windows AutoRun Strains of malware that spread via the AutoRun feature that automatically launches programs […]

Dec 7, 2012     1 Comment
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Future Watch IV: Google Glass heralds the era of wearable computing

At Google’s recent I/O conference, Sergey Brin orchestrated a compelling demonstration for Google Glass laced with skydivers, […]

Jul 4, 2012     4 Comments
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Rising cyber crime: A grave cause for concern

If you thought only Governments and industrial agencies are susceptible to cyber attacks, then you need to […]

Jun 20, 2012     2 Comments
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Future Watch II: Rogue SSL certificates on the rise

Continuing with our series of predicting potential security threats, this post delves into rogue SSL certificates. This […]

Jun 4, 2012     2 Comments
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How to Avoid Facebook Scams

With more than 800 million users all over the world, Facebook is the perfect breeding ground for […]

Apr 12, 2012     10 Comments
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5 reasons why your Android Smartphone needs security

Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, says that there are nearly 850,000 new Android devices activated on a […]

Apr 6, 2012     19 Comments
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Facebook Scam – I just hate RIHANNA

There is nothing new about the fact that scam artists are once again using a celebrity’s name […]

Mar 15, 2012     No Comments
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Malware through online songs website

Music is most people’s entertainment choice across various platforms. There are many websites which provide features and […]

Mar 12, 2012     2 Comments
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Microsoft has released an out-of-band bulletin MS11-100

Microsoft has released an out-of-band bulletin MS11-100 addressing four vulnerabilities. The bulletin is rated by Microsoft as […]

Jan 2, 2012     No Comments
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How You Can Protect Your Website!

It is seen that more and more people are creating websites to market their products. This is […]

Dec 8, 2011     No Comments
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    Content spoofing is carried out by an attacker to trick their victims into visiting a fraudulent site that looks like the real one.