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Q Some universities use cellphone-dampening devices in their classrooms to block all cellphone signals. Are these devices affordable for the home user and, if so, where would you find one for purchase?...A Cellphone jammers are radio broadcasting
GFI Labs said the samples it got were disgused as a fake Delta Airlines email with a zip file attachment dubbed Ticket_Delta_Airlines_IN2139.zip. "The zip contains an assortment of nasties running the executable inside would infect it with Sirefef
Panda Security , The Cloud Security Company, today announced the launch of version 2.0 of its popular cloud-base consumer antivirus service, Panda Cloud Antivirus , for both its Free and Pro editions. The new version is fully compatible with Windows
GFI Software today released new research showing that more than half of IT administrators at small businesses would not bet their own money that all of the computers their business owns and employees use are free of malware (51%) or that all are
Cyber criminals are using more targeted attacks to get around antivirus software and firewalls, using freely available information to trap people. According to the IDC Threat Intelligence Update from February of this year, traditional forms of
Facebook is directing people to its new malware 'checkpoints' if users suspect their computers have been infected with a virus. Through a self-enrollment system, users can access free antivirus programs from McAfee or Microsoft. The company said that
11am Anonymous Coward , Jun 27th, 2012 @ 1:15am Anonymous Coward , Jun 27th, 2012 @ 1:15am I've wondered many times why the antivirus companies don't just hire virus writers who've wriiten especially clever viruses/trojans etc.
Panda Security , The Cloud Security Company, today announced that Panda Internet Security 2012 has achieved the Advanced+ rating in the latest Performance tests from AV-Comparatives.org , the independent review lab.
Bit9 , der Weltmarktfuhrer bei hochmodernen Schutzmassnahmen (Advanced Threat Protection), wird am 26. Juni 2012 um 14 Uhr und 19 Uhr BST einen Webcast mit dem Titel The Future of Cyber Espionage: Don't Get Burned by 'Flame' and Other Advanced
Has the war against malicious spyware, Trojan horses, and other types of nasty computer viruses been lost? One antivirus expert seems to think so, having recently published an opinion piece at Wired.com that basically admits the antivirus industry he