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Dirty bomb news report leads to PC infection

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Bishop of Manchester struck dumb by virus

According to media reports, a virus has been found on the computer of Nigel McCulloch, the Bishop of Manchester, removing his ability to send or receive emails since 3rd March. Furthermore, technicians brought in by the Church of England to investigate the malware incident claim that a “significant” number of the 6000 emails sent by


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Bouncy boxing for Red Nose Day at Sophos

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Romanian police round up alleged phishers

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Did BBC break the law by using a botnet to send spam?

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Michael Jackson and Green Card lottery scams come together

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More UPS delivery malware spammed out via email

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Car complaint? Viagra spammers will rev up your engine

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Ladies and Gentlemen, update your PDF readers..

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Malware authors jump on the PIFTS.EXE bandwagon

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The mystery of Symantec and PIFTS.EXE

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Do you use the same password for every website?

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Emma Watson condemns Twitter fraudsters

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Chatwebcamfree attack hits Twitter users

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Hackers disguise malware as Google News report of baseball death

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Would a botnet master make a good security employee?

A 27-year old man from Los Angeles who admitted infecting a quarter of a million computers with malware and stealing the identities and bank account details of thousands, has been sentenced to four years in jail.

John Schiefer pleaded guilty to charges of fraud and wiretapping, after he used a botnet (also known as a zombie network) of computers to commit his crimes.


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