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Beware of World Cup 2014 Online Streaming Services

Beware of World Cup 2014 Online Streaming Services

Early this month, we had warned our readers about various FIFA World Cup scams. And as the […]

Jun 30, 2014     47 Comments
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HelloBridge Trojan Misuses Panic Created by Heartbleed

HelloBridge Trojan Misuses Panic Created by Heartbleed

While the Heartbleed security bug affected thousands of web services worldwide and exposed millions of passwords online, […]

May 5, 2014     119 Comments
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Dear Departed XP Still Getting Security Updates and Other IT Security News

Dear Departed XP Still Getting Security Updates and Other IT Security News

Looks like XP is still the hot talk of the town, even after it was pulled out […]

May 3, 2014     2 Comments
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Android Malware on the Loose – Android.Hehe.A

Android Malware on the Loose – Android.Hehe.A

The name of this malware may sound funny, but what it can do to your mobile, may […]

Apr 1, 2014     6 Comments
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Latest Mac malware on the rise, hides in networked printer directory

A new variant of Mac malware has been discovered and it is beginning to spread to Apple […]

Feb 20, 2013     2 Comments
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Massive Android botnet invades China: Could India be the next target?

A massive Trojan botnet has been discovered in Android devices in China and this serves as a […]

Jan 21, 2013     25 Comments
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The persistent threat of PC malware: Top Windows malware families of 2012

2012 has seen various malware threats and international cyberespionage tools evolve to new heights. However, the PC […]

Jan 9, 2013     23 Comments
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The growing threat of mobile malware: Top Android malware families of 2012

The open-source nature of the Android platform is its biggest strength and Achilles heel at the same […]

Jan 8, 2013     74 Comments
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‘Fake Payment Confirmation’ scam emails

A series of new spam emails that target computer users and attempt to infect them with a […]

Oct 31, 2012     16 Comments
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Beware of Fake Complaint Emails from BBB

Another email scam that uses the name and logo of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has continued […]

Oct 18, 2012     2 Comments
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    A polymorphic virus is a malicious program that modifies itself when it replicates. This technique enables it to evade detection by security software.