Month: February 2012

Skype 5.8 For Windows Brings Full HD Video Calls, Facebook Integration

Mashable: Skype for Windows version 5.8 is out, bringing several interesting features, including full HD video-calling, group screen sharing and Facebook integration. Full HD video calls will be most useful to those who own a HD webcam, for example Logitech C920 which does the video encoding itself thus improving HD video quality on older computers. …

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MSUpdate Trojan attacked companies in the defense sector

The H-Security: Unknown attackers have tried to use an invitation to a prestigious conference to inject a Trojan into companies in the defense sector. The security firms Seculert and Zscaler report that opening an attached PDF flyer caused recipients’ computers to be infected with spyware via a previously undisclosed hole in Acrobat Reader. According to …

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Yet another Facebook Hoax: ‘New Way Gangs Steal, Rape and Kidnap Girls’

SophosLabs: Facebook users are innocently sharing advice with their online friends about how women can avoid being kidnapped and raped, not realizing that they are perpetuating a hoax. Here’s a typical message that is being shared, which comes attached to an image of a young woman gagged and tied up in the trunk of a …

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Mozilla closes critical holes in Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey

The H-Security: Following the release of new versions of its open source Firefox web browser, Thunderbird email client and SeaMonkey suite, Mozilla has detailed the security fixes included in each of the updates. According to the project’s Security Center page for Firefox, version 10.0 closes a total of 8 security holes in the browser, 5 …

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Facebook Spam: Police officer does good deed before he dies moments later

Have you seen this in your or your friends wall? or maybe in a page you “Like”? That’s another spam link spreading over Facebook, as I already showed you many more in older posts. Usually these links end up either in a phishing attack that theft your private information or infecting your computer.If your friend or …

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