InSysSecure

InSysSecure is a rogue security program, designed to rip people off. InSysSecure uses false security warnings, alerts and system scans to frighten people into thinking their computer systems are infected, all the while InSysSecure is the actual infection. if your system is infected with above malware, you should remove it soon, Click Here to learn …

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W32/Fame

Unlike the first malware authors who wrote viruses seeking fame through destruction, their motivation has changed to financial gain. Nevertheless, there are still the ones out there who share the first authors’ intent. I was analysing a simple Trojan today and saw the following message: It is not uncommon for malware authors to leave messages …

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Open season on tax-payers

As any reader of this blog knows, cybercriminals can steal your money not just by putting malware on your machine, but by phishing attacks too. Phishing attacks don’t just target online banking and e-payment systems, but almost any site which asks the user to input sensitive data. Sites run by national government agencies are a …

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Firefox 4!

The third version of Firefox has emerged as the most successful leader in the browser category of all alternatives to Internet Explorer. Since the official launch of its first release in mid 2008 has not only grown in use but also in popularity, although during this time there was a launch of the greatest threat …

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SysProtector

SysProtector and ApcDefender are two new rogue antispyware programs released in the past 48 hours. SysProtector and APCDefender are potentially very dangerous PC infections. These rogues use fake security alerts and warnings to trick people into thinking their PC is under attack, all the while they drop fake files on the system. These rogues will …

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Cybersitter sues China, others, for $2.2 billion in Green Dam fiasco

California software company Cybersitter LLC, has sued the People’s Republic of China and seven computer manufacturers in U.S. Federal court for stealing 3,000 lines of its Internet filter software code and using it in last year’s Green Dam fiasco in China. The suit, “Cybersitter v. the People’s Republic of China,” was filed in U.S. District …

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PCProtectar

PCProtectar is the latest rogue security software infecting PC’s across the interwebs. PCProtecter uses false security warnings and system scan results to trick people into buying the software. If your PC has been infected with PCProtectar, don’t fall for the scam. Do not buy this software, it is completely useless and an infection in itself. …

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How to rescue files encrypted by Data Doctor 2010?

We have a tool available to do just that. Click Here. How to use dd2010_decrypter.exe to do batch processing: 1. Place the encrypted files in a directory (i.e. c:\encrypted_files\) 2. Copy dd2010_decrypter.exe into another directory and FROM THAT DIRECTORY, run the following command: for %f in (“c:\encrypted_files\*.*”) do dd2010_decrypter.exe %f %f.decrypted All files in the …

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Adobe Reader, Acrobat, Flash Player updater coming

There has been extensive news coverage this week of Adobe’s plans for ramped-up security in its popular Reader, Acrobat and Flash Player applications, especially the Reader and Acrobat updates promised next week. A vulnerability that was publicized in December in Reader and Acrobat allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code with a specially crafted PDF …

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