Be aware of the new System Security 2012 outbreak

System Security 2012 is another type of Malware and it usually disguises itself as genuine security software interface with the purpose of scamming people. System Security 2012 is created to continue the hazardous activities of Privacy Protection, Cloud Protection and System Security 2011, previously covered in our blog. Though you can not see how this malware messes up your system…

Securing your Wireless Network

Wireless LANs are so convenient for us at work and at home, but the downside of having a wireless network is that if we don’t have the proper security in place, anyone with a wireless computer within range of your access point can use the network, They may don’t know how to intercept, read and divert all your data across…

Microsoft’s worried about a variant Malware…

Microsoft has discovered a new variant on a bootkit so malicious that Microsoft’s recommended solution is to reinstall Windows. In a recent blog post on TechNet, Chun Feng, an engineer with the Microsoft Malware Protection Center, warned that users will have to reinstall windows if they are infected with what it refers to as Popureb.E, which now inludes a driver…

Scam Malwares=”Scareware” continue to infect the intertet

Police in the United States and seven other countries seized computers and servers used to run a  Malware=”scareware” scheme that has netted around $80 million from victims tricked into buying fake anti-virus software. You can read about specific examples of these malwares here: and here. Twenty-two computers and servers were seized in the United States and 25 others in France,…

Googler’s Internet Explorer bug

By reading this article here, our customer’s finally going to realize why we kept saying with so much emphasis not to use IE (Any version), Read this other Article. French security researchers today confirmed the presence of a bug in Internet Explorer (IE) that’s at the center of a spat between Microsoft and a Google security engineer. According to Vupen,…

Hotmail inbox are dissapearing

Users across the world reported over the weekend that their e-mails had been mysteriously deleted. Over the past couple of days, Microsoft’s official forums were filled with complaints from users claiming that their inboxes and all of their folders had been emptied, with some suspecting that their accounts had been hacked. Microsoft’s Hotmail technical team has acknowledged that it’s aware…

ThinkPoint Virus attack (Scam)

ThinkPoint is a fake antivirus program which has been created by a group of hackers who are thought to be from Russia or Asia. The program will typically install itself onto your computer and start “scanning” for viruses. Unfortunately, this is a total fraud and all the results it will ever show are made up – designed to scare you…

Security Maintenance Routine

Assuming you are using Windows XP or greater version, it is important to make the habit to check every computer that is under your care. The following is a checklist for you to follow. You should also be aware that routine maintenance tends to evolve over time based on an organization’s past problems that might need special attention, if so,…

ANTIVIR SOLUTION PRO STRIKING U.S.

Antivir Solution Pro is a “standard” rogue (fake) anti-spyware (just like the Security Master AV Virus that make you believe that your computer is infected so that you pay for the full program. As Antivir Solution Pro virus is a scam, If You happen to have this virus, please come to us so we can remove it! Usually this virus…

STOP using Internet Explorer

IE makes it incredibly easy to install malicious software on your system without you knowing about it, mostly through ActiveX. With one line of code (javascript) it is possible to crash IE6 and most versions of IE7. Every single IE user have been chewed down with spyware that hijacks IE and renders the browser of choice literally useless. Even thought…

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