By Bill Pytlovany
No, itâ€™s not under attack by rebelâ€™s in Iran. Itâ€™s the same old malware attacks using popular topics or trends on Twitter.
Itâ€™s natural as soon as something on the Internet is popular, it will be the target of greedy, bad guys. These days most of the buzz is about Twitter and sure enough Twitter is the new playground for evil tricksters.
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On February 1, 2005, Google announced record revenues of $1.032 billion and profits of $303 million. Just like everyone else in the world, I was blown away. What a great company! The stock market seemed to agree since Google’s stock price hit a record high after their earnings announcement.
But there’s something that has been bothering me and many others in the antispyware community about the search engine juggernaut. And that’s Google’s ties to spyware.