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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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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The good news for Detective Mills is “not her pretty head”.
The bad news for Detective Mills is “some rogue AV”.
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No matter how fun and interesting (not to mention newsworthy) Facebook is, the said social networking site has indeed become a haven to a motley of threats, from scams, to nasty apps, to phishing pages. Users who spent much of their time in there would probably be familiar with wall posts from friends or other contacts cajoling them to “see who is stalking you.”
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Windows Emergency System is not a Microsoft application, but a fake created by scammers designed to infect PC after PC in hopes of tricking people into buying the software.
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