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Google sponsors new anti-spyware project

Google has joined with Sun Microsystems and Lenovo to fund a new anti-spyware project, which was launched last week.More
General News   January 29, 2006  

Microsoft and Washingto AG sue corrupt anti-spyware vendor

On Wednesday, January 25, Microsoft and Western Washington US District Court have filled lawsuits against Secure Computer, a New York-based company, which sells Spyware Cleaner, a well-known corrupt anti-spyware program.More
Anti-spyware software News   January 27, 2006  

RazeSpyware installs a keylogger (1)

RazeSpyware, one of the most infamous corrupt anti-spyware programs, has come back.More

Backing up and restoring the Windows registry (16)

The registry is one of the most vital components of the Microsoft Windows operating system.More
Articles Security   January 25, 2006  

CDT asks FTC to stop illegal practices of 180solutions

The Center of Democracy & Technology yesterday asked the Federal Trade Commission to stop illegal and deceptive practices of 180solutions, one of the largest developers and distributors of adware software. More
News Spyware related issues   January 24, 2006  

Blackworm. Only a few days left

On this Friday, February 3rd, Blackworm, an extremely dangerous and rapidly spreading Internet parasite will delete millions of various documents, databases, images and archives stored on hundreds of thousands of computers around the globe.More
Articles Security   January 23, 2006  

New SpySheriff clone (1)

You should have heard about SpySheriff, the infamous corrupt anti-spyware program.More

Spyware Doctor 3.5

A new version of one of the most powerful and popular anti-spyware programs has just been released.More
Anti-spyware software News   January 18, 2006  

What?€™s new on ?€“ Issue 1, January, 2006

"What's new" - a simple name for our new weekly news bulletin, which is a short summary of the most important late week computer security events, noticeable spyware-related issues, recently discovered parasites and significant updates. More
News What's new   January 15, 2006  

ASC finalized official anti-spyware guidelines

The Anti-Spyware Coalition , an alliance of security software companies, academics and consumer groups, said on Thursday, January 12, 2006, that it has finalized its official anti-spyware guidelines.More
News Spyware related issues   January 14, 2006  

One of the most egregious phishing examples

Did you ever heard about phishing? We are sure you did. You should know that phishers run fake malicious web sites, which imitate the look of legitimate banking and financial resources.More
News Spam and phishing   January 12, 2006  

New malicious web sites related to SpyAxe and other corrupt spyware removers

We already wrote about malicious web sites used by spyware makers to distribute their parasites to visitor computers.More
General News   January 07, 2006  

Microsoft releases official patch for the WMF exploit

A few days ago, on January 5, 2006, Microsoft has finally released critical update for the WMF exploit, which already became one of the most dangerous Windows threats ever.More
News Spyware related issues   January 07, 2006  

SpywareStrike, a SpyAxe clone, may cause a new epidemic (53)

It is a bad news to all the Internet users. SpyAxe, one of the most infamous corrupt anti-spyware programs ever, just got a brand new clone - SpywareStrike.More

Sober.x returns tomorrow

Do you recall the most infamous Internet worm of 2005 - Sober.x?More
News Viruses and parasites   January 05, 2006