An Intro to Spyware and Trojans

Online shopping, online banking and general storage of personal information on personal computers have made consumers more vulnerable to identity theft than ever before. You…

Internet Explorer 10 Exploit Used to Target U.S. Military

The US military may be trained to dodge bullets and bombs, but now they are being targeted with bits and bytes in the ever expanding…

ZeuS Banking Trojan Surfaces Again, and Again

The notorious ZeuS Banking Trojan seems to be immortal, like its Greek God namesake. In December it was reported that a new 64bit version of…

HVAC Connection to Target Data Breach “Chilling”

Could a breach at a HVAC company specializing in supermarket refrigeration have led to the Target Data breach? Apparently so, according to mega retailer Target…

AV-Test Labs: Comodo Scores Perfect for Protection

Still perfect! Once again,  Comodo Internet Security Premium (CIS) software earned another 100% protection score in the most recent evaluation period of AV-Test.org. Comodo earned…

Beware of Fake Filezilla!

Open source software is great, especially the part about being able to use it without paying a license. The underlying source code is also made…

Banking Malware: Because That’s Where the Money Is

This has to be a difficult time for the IT security pros at the nation’s banks. They have been the targets of cyber attacks by…

Social Engineering: Fake Messages Plague Facebook

There are some signs that the incredible growth of Facebook has peaked, but with over one billion subscribers it has become a target of opportunity…

ZeuS Banking Trojan Is Back, Now in 64 Bit

It’s often said “What’s old is new again”. The well-known ZeuS banking trojan is back again, but this time it is being spread as a…

Not So Funny: Cracked Humor Site Serves Drive By Malware

Something funny was going on at the Cracked Humor web site recently, and many site visitors were not amused.Recently, the humor website Cracked.com became was…

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