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Fake online pharmacies and malware depots popup all over the place. The people that build these sites are in somewhat of a predicament. They need to lay low because they’re

Technology | Posted on 22 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Hacked Websites For Sale | Tagged with , , , , .

What do the US Army CECOM, State of Utah, and State of Michigan websites all have in common? They’re all listed for sale on a website offering access to hacked

Technology | Posted on 24 Dec 2010 | Comments Off on Microsoft Warns of IE Vulnerability | Tagged with , , , , .

Microsoft has published an advisory for all supported versions of IE. The advisory warns of a problem with a CSS-related function in IE6 through IE8. Malicious websites could take

Technology | Posted on 19 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Beware of PDFs | Tagged with , .

Attackers are hoping to cache in on the fact that vulnerable versions of Adobe Reader are still in use. The PDFs are being sent with pleas for help. Help! I

Technology | Posted on 14 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Valentine’s Day Malware | Tagged with .

The Valentine’s Day malware is making its rounds. Disguised as ecards or greetings, the malware hopes to entice unsuspecting recipients into clicking on the links which are sent in email.

Technology | Posted on 26 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on Tis The Season | Tagged with .

It’s official. The Macy’s Thansgiving Day Parade is over, and the Christmas season is here. Black Friday deals are published, and everyone is looking for a bargain. There will be

Technology | Posted on 11 Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Adobe Exploits In the Wild | Tagged with , , , .

Adobe has announced on their blog that there are reports of in-the-wild exploits for Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobot. Unfortunately everyone must wait until October 13th for the fix to

Technology | Posted on 30 Sep 2009 | Comments Off on Microsoft Security Essentials | Tagged with , , , .

After several months of beta testing, Microsoft has released Security Essentials (MSE) to mixed reviews. MSE is essentially a rehash of Windows Defender. It’s billed as a core set