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A closer look at Steganos Safe

Steganos Safe creates a password-protected virtual safe to store your photos, music, documents, and more. It also shreds unwanted files permanently and defeats data recovery …

Malware spread fueled by fear of money loss

Cyber crooks have learned long ago that potential targets respond well to scare tactics, and this the kind of social engineering approach that two recent spam campaigns …

SEO poisoning campaign about Moscow subway explosions

Another SEO poisoning campaign has been started by conscienceless cyber criminals – this one takes advantage of the people’s interest in the news regarding the …

There is no such thing as Facebok AV

A rogue application claiming to be a Facebook AV has been spreading through the Friends list of its targets. Once installed, the application spreads by taking a picture like …

Facebook to share your data with “pre-approved” third-party sites?

Facebook released a plan to revise its privacy policy again. Among the features they propose to incorporate is one that made a lot of people raise their voices in opposition, …

Office photocopiers brimming with corporate secrets

Most people fail to realize that modern, multi-purpose photocopiers contain hard drives that – if not erased when decommissioned – could prove to be a treasure …

Phishing Indian employers and job seekers

People seeking jobs online have been targeted a number of times since the advent of the economic recession, but in India even the potential employers become targets. Symantec …

Fake updater destroys software’s ability to auto-update

A new type of malware variants was discovered by researchers of Vietnam-based security company Bkis. The variants look like the legitimate update programs of popular software …

Lawsuit-threatening spam campaign links to malware

A bevy of emails purportedly coming from New York-based law firms Crosby & Higgins, and Marcus Law Center has been hitting inboxes around the world, CA warns. With the …

TJX hacker receives massive sentence

Albert Gonzales – the infamous “TJX hacker” – was sentenced yesterday to 20 years in prison, after being found guilty of organizing a gang of cyber …

Rogue toolbars phish for Facebook credentials

Two rogue toolbars have been spotted in the wild by Sunbelt researchers. At first glance, they look legitimate enough. Purportedly enabling the user to cheat at popular Zynga …

Fake App Store spam leads to malware

Websense warns about a fake Apple App Store spam campaign that is doing the rounds of inboxes. The user receives an email such as this one: If the recipient follows the link …

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