Twitter is becoming a common medium to spread spam, malware and all kinds of badness. Just a few weeks ago, we wrote about FIFA and the Gaza attacks being used as social engineering leverage by Trojan creators, and there are no signs of them stopping any time soon. Over the past two weeks, several [...]
Adobe released some major security updates for its products, mainly Adobe Reader on all platforms (Win, MacOS, Linux) and we strongly encourage our readers to install these updates. For details, the Adobe blog is worth a read as well. This update is in line with a recent 0-day attack that we also reported earlier [...]
New versions of mobile operating like Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android may be in the news of late, but for all the publicity both receive older Symbian operating systems still make up around half of all smartphones sold in 2009. Advanced Threat Researcher Paul Ferguson came across a new suspicious application running on the [...]
JonDo (free) anonymizes your connections using a proxy service, so that a Web site or other Internet destination won’t be able to see where you’re really coming from. But while the software is free, and there’s also a free level of service, it’ll still cost you a good deal of connection speed.
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We recently saw some articles on the Web saying that Slim Shady aka Eminem died in a car crash. Today, we received a spammed message that still claims the rumor is true. The email pretends to be from CBS News informing the recipient of the news about Eminem’s alleged car crash. It also asks if [...]