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4 hrs ago | New York Post
NYU and one of its law professors on Monday backed off claims that Chinese human-rights activist Bob Fu had planted spyware on an iPhone and iPad given to Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng.
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12 hrs ago | TechNewsWorld
There's a growing contingent advocating a more proactive approach to system security, driven largely by frustration.
21 hrs ago | Daily Mail
The US government has been able to secretly spy on its citizens through their computer's webcams for several years, it has been revealed.
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A computer infection called Cryptolocker, a digital hijacker, is targeting businesses.
Sitting through 30 seconds of grating ads to watch a clip of a possum snowboarding is bad enough, but now there's another YouTube ad annoyance to contend with: Sambreel, a notorious "ad hijacker," has returned to make YouTube ads even more of a nuisance.
Release stated that, blocks viruses, malware, spyware and online threats and blocks key loggers and screen grabbers to keep financial information safe from cybercriminals is being blocked by Webroot Secure Anywhere security software.
Malicious hackers commonly use phishing emails to lure would-be victims into clicking a seemingly harmless link that will actually install malware on their computers, allowing the perpetrators to siphon data, or even spy on their victims.
Dec. 06 -- ATHENS -- Christmas is a boom time for cybercriminals with spam e-mails, fake sites and fake products used to lure bargain hunters to their sites.
The FBI has an elite hacker team that creates customized malware to identify or monitor high-value suspects who are adept at covering their tracks online, according to a published report.
They look authentic, I know. I'm particularly careful about what I click on, yet I came close to being fooled the other day when a page displaying the Firefox logo flashed onto my screen and said "Browser Update! It is recommended that you update your browser to the latest version to view this page."
YES, IT IS POSSIBLE FOR MALWARE TO JUMP AN AIR GAP: "The researchers, Michael Hanspach and Michael Goetz, were able to transmit data between air-gapped laptops up to 19.7 meters apart at a rate of approximately 20 bits per second by using acoustic methods originally developed for underwater communications.
Nine out of 10 organisations experienced a cyber attack at least once in the past year, while 9% were hit with targeted attacks, a new Kaspersky survey found.
After Santa delivers the latest and greatest electronic gizmos, expect scammers to try for their own leave-behind - malware that can lead to identity theft.
Over the past couple of years, one of the best performing industries has been computer security.