Displaying items by tag: Cybercrime

Sunday, 24 February 2008 18:52

Latest malware threats go local say McAfee

Malware threats aren’t using the scattergun approach any longer, with criminals targeting users in their own languages in ever increasingly sophisticated attempts to become more successful at ripping us all off.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Online transaction security software, TrustDefender, has launched a beta version designed for Windows Vista, while launching a new ‘Kernel Forensics Engine’ in the current XP version to help users detect, protect and secure all online transactions – and provide exclusive protection against the nasty ‘Silentbanker Trojan’ and MBR Virus.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
A new report reveals that in 2007 organised criminal gangs for the first time started attacking Internet connected Apple products with the intention of stealing money. The report issues a chilling warning that the increased popularity of Mac computers and the enthusiastic take-up of net connected products such as iPhone and iPod Touch has its down side.

Published in Home Tech




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