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As another Java flaw is discovered, is it time to disable Java completely?

 January 17, 2013

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

After a massive Java 0-day vulnerability surfaced in August 2012, Oracle released an out-of-cycle update to combat the exploit. However, we advised our readers to simply disable Java on their web browsers to avoid the threat. Java has now become a highly vulnerable program that causes more trouble than it...

New ransomware spreads through malicious links in Skype IMs

 October 11, 2012

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

A new malicious worm that spreads through Instant Messages (IMs) over Skype has been discovered. This worm manifests itself as yet another variation of ransomware and also unloads itself to generate a click fraud from the users’ machine. The worm is a strain of the Dorkbot virus and it utilizes...

Malware attack through Facebook photo tag notification

 July 24, 2012

Estimated reading time: 1 minute

This is a warning for Facebook users. A fraudulent email is circulating on the Internet claiming to be from Facebook and saying you’ve been tagged in a photo. The email probably looks like this: On a closer look the email is from “notification @faceboook.com” and not from a “Facebook.com” domain. This...