There’s a program called ChatSend currently doing the rounds on Facebook, and at time of writing just over 114,000 people have hit the “Like” button which no doubt means a high proportion of that tally have downloaded and installed it. Including one in my stream—
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Some downloads come with additional extras that you wouldn’t see if you’d grabbed them from the official developer site.
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We’re seeing some more bad adverts popping up in Bing – just like the original attack, these results are served with very basic search terms…
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Our engineers over at the AV Labs have spotted recently a deluge of spam about a “traffic ticket”
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Public networks are vulnerable to attack…here are the keys to protecting your information.
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Every so often we are regaled with attention-grabbing headlines announcing the demise of the individual’s right to privacy…
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To gain a better understanding of home computing practices, GFI® Software commissioned a scientific study of home Internet use by parents and their teenage children. This population represents a particularly interesting “risk pool” not only due to their usage patterns in the home, but also due to the theory that “tech savvy” teens, who have spent their entire cognizant lives in the Internet age, may prove to be a harder human target for social engineering attacks than their elders.
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