Matousec: Comodo is Number 1, again!

It was with great pride last week that we learned that Comodo Internet Security is once again at the top of the charts in the…

Java Zero-Day Exploits: Why I am STILL Not Worried.

Last Saturday, I was surprised to see a news story that Homeland Security is recommending that all desktop users disable Java.  We just went through…

Malware using your computer to make digital money

Electronic money (e-money) is being used more and more often by people to make online purchases. And sure as night follows day, this means electronic…

Comodo Dome Shield

Password protected archives help malware evade detection

If you need to deliver or store confidential documents over the Internet, then placing them inside a password-protected, self-extracting ‘archive’ is one of the best…

Anatomy of a Trojan: TrojWare.Win32.TrojanSpy.Volisk.a

As part of Comodo Labs’ ongoing analysis of “Digital Signature” (confirming software author and guaranteeing computer program code hasn’t been altered or corrupted since being…

Obama and Romney Finally Agreed on Something

November 6th is upon us, which in the United States means it is Election Day. And it isn’t just any Election Day but for the…

If the White House Has Trouble With Hackers, Everyone is at Risk

According to the noted National Security expert Bill Gertz, White House computers have been compromised by hackers, probably from China, but nothing classified was stolen.…

The Problem With Those Kate Middleton Topless Pictures

We all do things spontaneously and impulsively on the web. We open an email from someone we don’t know, click on a link we shouldn’t…

Java Zero Day Exploit: Why I am not worried!

You may have heard about a new Java Zero Day exploit that is causing a bit of a panic. Well, “new” is a relative term…

Comodo Announces The Release of DNDstation

Comodo is pleased to announce the release of DNDstation, a brand new utility for the gaming community that optimizes PC resources when a game is…

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