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kutv-iconCrooks Use Royal Baby To Attack Computers
Eyes and ears around the world are anxiously awaiting news out of England – that the royal baby has arrived. Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge is set to give birth anytime now to her and Prince William’s first child but…(Posted on Kutv.com, July 16, 2013.)

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Crooks Will Try To Capitalize On Super Bowl Watchers
When San Francisco and Baltimore hit the grid-iron Sunday, it will be more than just the players taking hits. So, too, will be many of the people watching the game…(Posted on Kutv.com, January 30, 2013.)

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Computer Spyware Will Likely Spike After Christmas
Young says most infected computers will show signs. Two of the biggies are when a computer runs slowly or has lots of random pop-ups…(Posted on Kutv.com, December 24, 2012.)

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Ramsomware Poses New Threat to Users
A new exploit poses as law enforcement to trap users into paying to unlock their system What you need to know about the exploit and how to keep your users safe…(Posted on ESJ.com, December 12, 2012.)

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Nix That Click: Six Scareware Scams To Watch Out For
One of the most cunning ploys to get people to download malware is rogue antispyware. Also known as scareware, the applications are installed through poisoned links…(Posted on CRN.com, April 10, 2012.)

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Oscar Night Could Be An Award-Winner For Computer Viruses
On Oscars night, computer infections around the USA are expected to soar by a whopping 30%, making it the biggest increase in attacks for any day of the year so far…(Posted on Forbes.com, February 24, 2012.)

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Holiday season is fertile ground for most malware infections
Research data compiled by the site over the last year (late 2010 to present) showed Dec. 27, 2010, to have the largest spike in malware infections it tracked, with a 56% increase over the previous day…(Posted on InfoSecurity.com, December 22, 2011.)

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Scareware is back to spook, swindle users, warns Enigma
The summer ‘holiday’ was the result of an international crackdown on scareware cybercrime rings carried out in June. Twelve countries collaborated in an anti-cybercrime effort to shut down two crime rings that caused more than $72 million in losses…(Posted on InfoSecurity.com, December 06, 2011.)

infosecurity-iconComment: Cyber-gang Crackdown Cripples Malware Traffic… for Now
This past summer’s FBI-coordinated crackdown on computer scareware companies virtually shut the fake security software business down, but without the implementation of tough, diverse preventative solutions…(Posted on InfoSecurity.com, October 12, 2011.)

pcworld-iconFake Antivirus ‘Scareware’ Scams Decline
Good news from the security frontline: The phenomenon of rogue antivirus ‘scareware’ really does appear to be on the wane, at least according to figures from security company Enigma Software…(Posted on PCWorld.com, October 1, 2011.)

techworld-iconFake antivirus scareware scams show big summer decline
FBI arrests taking a toll on scareware software. The US-based company’s statistics culled from scans and customer support reports showed a dramatic 60 percent drop in new detections… (Posted on TechWorld.com, September 29, 2011.)

zdnet-iconWho killed the fake-antivirus business
The fake-antivirus business was a big money-maker in the first half of this year. Then, at the end of June, fake-AV products practically disappeared from the web. Was it technology, or does traditional law enforcement deserve the credit…(Posted on ZDNet.com, August 29, 2011.)

readwriteweb-iconReport Fake Anti-Virus Scareware Programs on the Decline
One of the most insidious ways that malware scammers infect users’ computers is through fake anti-virus programs. For years Internet denizens have seen pop-ups in their browsers claiming that ‘your computer is infected, click here to get rid of this virus’…(Posted on ReadWriteWeb.com, August 19, 2011.)

forbes-iconScammers Roil the Internet in Wake of Bin Laden Death
By following some easy steps, you can avoid being taken to the bank by Web scam artists who are using one of the biggest news events in recent memory – the death of Osama bin Laden – to steal credit card, bank account and Social Security numbers….(Posted on Forbes.com, May 05, 2011.)

infosecurity-iconScammers use current events to steal money, personal information
Scammers are increasingly using current events, such as the Japan earthquake and tsunami, to trick people into donating money to bogus organizations or clicking on bogus news reports that contain embedded malware…(Posted on InfoSecurity.com, March 29, 2011.)

forbes-iconCyber Crooks See Huge Opportunity In Japan’s Tragedy
Don’t let yourself become a cyber victim of the calamity in Japan. Within just a few hours of the recent Japanese earthquake and tsunami, criminals pounced on the tragedy…(Posted on Forbes.com, March 22, 2011.)

investors-iconJapan Quake Woes Includes Wave Of Online Scams
The earthquake and tsunami in Japan have produced widespread grief and misery, but they’ve also brought opportunity to one segment of society: crooks…(Posted on Investors.com, March 18, 2011.)

wallstreetjournal-iconHackers Luring Victims Using Japan Disaster
Security researchers say that hackers are using the unfolding disaster in Japan by appealing to people’s sense of altruism or, in some cases, voyeurism by sending spam email that contain links laden with malicious code…(Posted on Blogs.wsj.com, July 06, 2011.)

pcworld-iconAtlanta Has Dubious Honor of Highest Malware Infection Rate
New York and Los Angeles are major metropolitan areas with exponentially larger populations than most other US cities, so they lead the way for total volume of malware infections…(Posted on PCWorld.com, July 06, 2010.)

islandcrisis-iconAt Least 1380 Suspected Infected PC in Mauritius
According to ESG Malware Tracker, there are at least 1380 suspected infected computers or stations across Mauritius…(Posted on IslandCrisis.net, June 07, 2010.)

fastcompany-iconMalware Tracker Map Gives Live Worldwide Coverage of Infected Computers
Right now, there are 1.5 million computers in the U.S. that are suspected to be infected with malware, although that figure seems inordinately low, but we’ll come to that in a bit…(Posted on FastCompany.com, May 27, 2010.)

redferret-iconMalware Tracker Map bird’s eye view of nasty software from bad people
This Malware Tracker Map gives a depressing view of the global level of suspected and confirmed malware attacks by country and region…(Posted on RedFerret.net, May 27, 2010.)

infoworld-logoEven dirtier IT jobs The muck stops here
Hey, we can’t all have careers at Google. Sometimes when you work in IT, you have to hold your nose and hope for the best. Last year we named “The 7 dirtiest jobs in IT,” but we barely scratched the topic’s grime-caked surface…(Posted on InfoWorld.com, April 06, 2009.)

cnn-iconNo problems so far as April Fools’ computer worm awakens
An April Fool’s Day computer worm was launched on Wednesday but so far has not caused problems for the millions of computers that are believed to be infected…(Posted on CNN.com, April 01, 2009.)

upi-iconConficker Cabal goes after computer worm
A group of online detectives in the United States is looking for a computer worm called Conficker C that is believed to be poised to do its damage on April 1…(Posted on UPI.com, March 25, 2009.)

cnn-iconNo joke in April Fool’s Day computer worm
A computer-science detective story is playing out on the Internet as security experts try to hunt down a worm called Conficker C and prevent it from damaging millions of computers on April Fool’s Day…(Posted on CNN.com, March 24, 2009.)

usatoday-tech-iconHackers poison PCs that Google March Madness
Cybercriminals have begun poisoning Google search results to misdirect sports fans looking to participate in March Madness festivities, security firms say…(Posted on USATODAY.com, March 18, 2009.)

lastwatchdog-iconFAQ: The rapid spread of SQL injection attacks
A criminal hacker’s epiphany: Why not automate SQL inject attacks and use botnets to launch them…(Posted on LastWatchdog.com, March 17, 2009.)

cnet-iconLatest Conficker worm gets nastier
The authors of the latest variant of the Conficker worm are upping the ante against security vendors who are working to stop the spread…(Posted on CNet.com, March 13, 2009.)

informationweek-iconNo Fooling Conficker Set To Strike April 1
Almost two months ago, we noted how antivirus firm F-Secure estimated that the Conficker/Downadup worm had infected nearly 9 million PCs…(Posted on InformationWeek.com, March 13, 2009.)

darkreading-iconConficker/Downadup Evolves To Defend Itself
The enigmatic Conficker worm has evolved, adopting new capabilities that make it more difficult than ever to find and eradicate…(Posted on DarkReading.com, March 12, 2009.)

investors-iconN.Y. Region Big On Anti-Spyware, But So Is The Last Frontier, Alaska
Alaska and the New York City metropolitan area are miles apart in culture and distance…(Posted on Investors.com, September 08, 2008.)

ecommercetimes-iconGoogle Tailors YouTube for Suits
Google is offering businesses an inexpensive, user-friendly way to share internal videos…(Posted on EcommerceTimes.com, September 02, 2008.)

usatoday-tech-iconTechnology Live: New York City with the Most Spyware
No one disputes the far-reaching scourge of spyware and adware, but few have studied who is most likely to be targeted in the USA. Until now…(Posted on USATODAY.com, August 13, 2008.)



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