Category: computer virus

Exploit Kits: A Fast Growing Threat

Exploit Kits: A Fast Growing Threat

| January 26, 2015

[ Breaking 01/21/15: New Adobe Flash Player Zero-Day has been found in the wild by security researcher Kafeine. Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit detects and protects you from this threat.] When we talk to people that have been infected, they often ask how it happened. In a growing number of cases, they have been doing nothing more than reading […]

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Test If You Can Tell A Real Antivirus From A Rogue

Test If You Can Tell A Real Antivirus From A Rogue

| January 4, 2013

Microsoft’s Malware Protection Center has published an app to test if you can tell the difference between real antivirus software and an actual virus. The test presents you with screenshots of ‘antivirus’ programs – your task is to choose whether you think each one is real or rogue. A rogue antivirus program may look genuine […]

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100 things you didn’t know about Apple and Steve Jobs

100 things you didn’t know about Apple and Steve Jobs

| June 7, 2011 | Comments (0)

If you’re into interesting facts, few companies have as secretive, cool and intriguing histories as Apple and its leader, Steve Jobs. Apple didn’t have two founders. It had three. Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. Steve Jobs and Jonathan Ive share the same middle name: “Paul.” Before working at Apple, Jonathan Ive worked for […]

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Fake Twitter, Facebook Survey Leads to Disturbing Virus

Fake Twitter, Facebook Survey Leads to Disturbing Virus

| May 31, 2011 | Comments (0)

Australian police services are sending out a warning to all Twitter and Facebook users that online scumbags are targeting the most popular social networks, using a local hot topic of debate to spark the interest of curious users and infect PCs with a nasty virus. The debate is in regard to a new mass-transit ticketing […]

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