Archive for January, 2010

Trophy in the Rogue Hall of Shame

Trophy in the Rogue Hall of Shame

Most rogues do their dirty work by using an overwhelming number of detections (some, and maybe most, are false positives) to scare a novice into purchasing the rogue to remove what was either not there in the first place, or is trivial (like a tracking cookie or a missing help file). Some like the one […]

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Ralph Kramden 3D TV is Here!

If you were a Honeymooners fan back in the day, you can relate to this article. The very first episode called “TV or Not TV” dated October 1, 1955, Ralph and Norton buy a TV together. The only reason this joint venture happened in the first place, was because Edward Norton couldn’t afford to buy […]

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Yahoo! Updating Search

Yahoo! Updating Search

Attention SEO Warlords and Poachers! Have you noticed any changes in Yahoo’s search lately? If not, than you are too consumed by Mother Google and you may miss out on something that could help you and your clients. From the Yahoo! Blog: The Yahoo! Search engineering teams are rolling out updates to crawling, indexing, and […]

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SpamAssassin 3.3.0 Released

SpamAssassin 3.3.0 Released

It has been a long time since the last release of SpamAssassin back in May of 2007. The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has announced the availability of version 3.3.0 of the SpamAssassin spam filter. SpamAssassin is an open source project that serves as an email filter to identify Spam. SpamAssassin uses a variety of mechanisms […]

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Immunet Protect by Community

Immunet Protect by Community

Immunet Protect is a free AntiVirus solution that leverages intelligence from a global community to protect everyone else from virus threats and malware in real time. It’s more than a localized solution, it is global community collaboration (digitally). What does this mean? You can now leverage the computers of your friends, family and a worldwide […]

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Twitter Vulnerability Discovered

This vulnerability could have opened a door for hackers to steal user login information. This flaw was discovered by a security researcher who has asked the social media company to fix the problem. Twitter has temporarily disabled one of the features on its website after a security researcher warned of a programming flaw that left […]

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Panda Cloud Antivirus for Windows 7

Panda Cloud Antivirus for Windows 7

I may be late to the dance on this one and I am probably not the only one. Panda Security’s popular free antivirus, Panda Cloud Antivirus has passed Microsoft’s quality checks and is now Windows 7 certified for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. About Panda Cloud Antivirus: Panda Cloud Antivirus is the first antivirus especially […]

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Zero Day Exploit Explained

Zero Day Exploit Explained

Are you familiar with Zero Day Exploits? Do you know the dangers of a Zero Day Exploit? I was approached about the subject from one of my social network friends and I thought it would be best to share this information with everyone. A zero-day exploit is when someone takes advantage of a security vulnerability […]

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