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By Panda security
Some of the world's leading companies -BBC, Burger King, Twitter, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft- fell victim to cyber-attacks
By Sourcefire
New Network File Trajectory and Device Trajectory Innovations Pinpoint Malware Movement Throughout User Environments
By CRC Press
Investigating Computer-Related Crime: Second Edition incorporates the results of research and practice in a variety of venues, growth in the field, and new technology to offer a fresh look at the topic of digital investigation.
By Help AG
Region's leading IT security specialist will educate customer and raise security awareness at Security Spotlight Forum events in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Doha
By commissum
A recently-discovered web exploit that can redirect users to malicious “phishing” pages has made it harder to stay safe when browsing the web, warns information security company...
By Soft4Boost Ltd.
Soft4Boost recently introduced a new version program with strong features detecting rootkits, memory diagnosis and uninstaller programs.
By Richmond Techs
Trusted Computer Repair and Virus/Malware Removal When computers break down and don’t function the way we need them to, it can be very frustrating.
By Richmond Techs
Trusted Computer Repair and Virus/Malware Removal          When computers break down and don’t function the way we need them to, it can be very frustrating.
By ParetoLogic
ParetoLogic’s long running XoftSpy security software has been completely upgraded to the new XoftSpy AntiVirus Pro.
By nProtect,Inc.
nProtect uncovered several malicious application already present on many user's mobile devices that are capable of carrying out DDoS Attack.
By Cyber Defense Magazine
Results are in from Cyber Defense Test Labs for Best of Class Anti-virus Solutions
By eclat marketing
Trustwave unveiled key results from the 2013 Trustwave Global Security Report, highlights details and trends from more than 450 global data breach investigations, more than 2,500 penetration tests, more than nine million Web application attacks.
By Blue Coat Systems
Chris Larsen, Malware Research Team Leader at Blue Coat gives his insight into the dark side of exploit kits
By MRB Public Relations
Prevents Theft of Personal & Corporate Information overcoming the Inadequacies’ of Anti-Virus Software
By Trend Micro
A major cyber-attack currently targeting Australian small and medium businesses is highlighting their growing vulnerability to internet crime.
By commissum
In the run-up to the Christmas season, the mobile gadget wars are escalating as retailers seek the maximum proportion of the lucrative gift market. But there are hidden risks to the security of mobile gadgets, which may get overlooked in the rush.
By Context Information Security
Government initiative helps UK organisations respond to cyber security attacks
By Nerds On Call
The ZeroAccess Rootkit Trojan is the latest rootkit virus to gain widespread infiltration into a huge number of computers.
An online safety site has released a new blog post to help PC users successfully remove the Interpol Department of Cybercrime Ransomware Threat Message automatically using an advanced antimalware solution.
PC Defender Plus has been found by security researchers from just about every trusted online safety site to be a fake antispyware application designed to render money extortion techniques among gullible PC users.
By helps users protect themselves, their children and their businesses from phone and tablet risks including loss, identity theft, viruses and malware, inappropriate email and web browsing, byod, and other emerging threats.
Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus has been exposed to be a ransomware threat that mainly targets PC users in Canada displaying a misleading message alert claiming that criminal actions were detected and the system has been locked.
Vista Defender 2013 has been deemed by many antimalware sites as a rogue antivirus program designed to use aggressive techniques to swindle PC users out of money.
Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus (AFP) Ransomware is a malware threat or computer virus that is known for locking up a computer and displaying a popup message asking that a fine be paid for violations.
Ukash Virus is a malicious threat that comes about in the form of a ransom message appearing to have come from the Metropolitan Police or another local police authority asking for a fine to be paid due to supposed illegal activities.
Win 7 Defender 2013, or Windows 7 Defender 2013, is a fake antivirus application that is known for its aggressive techniques that lead to a money extortion scam.
Windows Genuine Advantage Trojan Ransomware is a message that takes advantage of the legitimate Windows Genuine Advantage notification commonly found on newer Microsoft software applications to verify its authenticity.
Windows XP Fix is a bogus defragmentation and optimization program created by hackers to pass off the application as a legitimate one only to extort money from unsuspecting PC users.
XP Defender 2013 is a fake antivirus program that has been created by hackers to extort money from unsuspecting PC users and a new security blog has released a post with the necessary tools to remove XP Defender 2013 from a PC easily.
The daunting task of removing the fake antivirus program called Vista Antivirus 2013 has been made simple with a newly released blog post on the security site
System Progressive Protection has been overturned by security experts to be a misleading and fake antispyware program created for the main purpose of extorting money from unsuspecting computer users.
A new solution to removing the fake antivirus program dubbed Vista Defender 2013 has been released on an online safety blog along with the necessary tools to eliminate the malware threat that comes with Vista Defender 2013.
The security experts have released a new blog post addressing the needs for PC users wanting to remove Win 7 Defender 2013 automatically.
The Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus message is a dangerous ransomware threat that asks PC users to pay a fine for purported illegal actions.
A solution through a particular antimalware download has been summarized on a new post found on an Online Safety blog to help PC users remove the FBI Moneypak Ransomware malware threat message.
The software program protects its self from hackers and malware so you don't have to rely on system administrators or consumers to protect their devices.
System Progressive Protection has been found to fall short for removing malware as outlined in a newly released removal report on System Progressive Protection at
Security Shield 2012 is a program that is full of empty promises and known to be a serious let-down when it comes to detecting and removing legitimate malware threats on a PC.
Windows Anti-Malware Patch is among a long list of fake security programs that intend on using mischievous methods to inherently take money out of the hands of gullible PC users who have run into Windows Anti-Malware Patch on their computer.
Bad Image Virus is a threat that usually causes a PC to display an error message that starts off with the words “Bad Image.”
Windows Genuine Advantage Trojan Ransomware is a fake message depicting law enforcement making claims of illegal actions only to extort money from unsuspecting computer users.
Ukash Virus is an annoying threat in the form of a Trojan that renders fake police ransom messages asking for fees to be paid up due to alleged illegal actions.
By Blue Coat Systems
Lack of awareness and predictable search behaviour are the reasons why this type of attack is becoming increasingly popular with cyber criminals
FBI Moneypak Ransomware is an internet threat that basically holds a malware-infected PC for ransom until an outrageous fee is paid to a group of hackers.
By Value Prove
Web third-party certification authority services.Brand value is raised by displaying a website visitor’s sense of security and cleanliness factor by Value Prove services.
Windows Active Guard is a program suggestive of removing threats from a PC, but has been confirmed by PC security experts to be a fake.
By Emerging Threats Pro
Combining our global partners monitoring network and our massive malware analysis infrastructure we are able to create the most accurate and complete IP Reputation data product available.
The Flame malware was first discovered by Kaspersky, one of the antivirus engines available in OPSWAT's Metascan multi-scanning engine.
Windows Privacy Extension has been identified to be a fake security application known to use deceptive methods to trick PC users out of money.
Windows Advanced Toolkit was found by many specialized security research outlets over the internet to be a bogus PC security program and outright scam. Victims of Windows Advanced Toolkit have reported instances of them being scammed out of money.

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