Posts Tagged ‘Spyware’

10 non negotiables for Internet security

Image via Wikipedia 10 non-negotiables for Internet security covering 10 tips for safe Internet experience either at home or the workplace. Watch 10 non-negotiables for Internet security video Related book Essential Computer Security: Everyone’s Guide to Email, Internet, and Wireless Security Related articles by Zemanta How To Find A Reliable Home Security Company (homesecuritysystem.org) Common […]

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Viruses That Leave Victims Red in the Facebook

Image by Intersection Consulting via Flickr By BRAD STONE – NYTimes.com It used to be that computer viruses attacked only your hard drive. Now they attack your dignity. Malicious programs are rampaging through Web sites like Facebook and Twitter, spreading themselves by taking over people’s accounts and sending out messages to all of their friends […]

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Five ways to lose your identity

By Jaikumar Vijayan The rush by shoppers to the Web makes the season a great time for online retailers. It’s also a great time for hackers looking to steal data and money from the unwary millions expected to search for great deals online. Checkout huge savings on Today’s Hot Deals on Information Security Solutions for […]

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Web Services and Security

Cloud Security and Privacy Because of financial incentive, malicious software threats are real and attackers are using the web to gain access to corporate data. Targeted malicious software’s are utilized to steal intellectual property and other confidential data, which is sold in the black market for financial gain. With use of social media in corporate […]

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Harmful Spyware and their stealthier means

Spyware is utilized to gather information about a person with or without their consent and it intercept or record personal/financial information. Some spyware are capable of sending information back to another computer (originator of the spyware). Characteristic of Spyware • Compromise user machine without their knowledge • Use vulnerabilities in the software to push a […]

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