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The return of RemoteSpy

Read more in my article at Naked Security.


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Scareware gang phishes for Chase banking details

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More fake anti-virus attacks spammed out

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Startups exposed after $100 million iPhone fund data leak

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Email malware flying high

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Mac anti-virus support advice disappears off Apple website

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Apples, viruses and internet snowballs

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Do you really need anti-virus on your Apple Mac?

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Sophos wins VB100 award for Windows Vista x64

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ShamWow infomercial mutates into spam

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Any room for spam after your Thanksgiving meal?

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More contract malware spammed out

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Facebook data loss fiasco

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Contract of many disguises contains Trojan horse

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Happy Thanksgiving Day

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Conficker worm exploits Microsoft MS08-067 vulnerability

Back in October I warned you about a critical security vulnerability found in some versions of Microsoft Windows.

Known as as MS08-067, Sophos published information about this serious vulnerability and warned of the potential for worms to be written which would exploit the security hole.

Yesterday, we began to receive reports of a new piece of malware (W32/Confick-A, also known as Conficker) that attempts to spread by exploiting this vulnerability.


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