Saturday, 20 December 2008 21:18
Even with anti-virus protection, this is the story of Vundo Trojan infecting a protected computer anyway. A different anti-virus product removed the Trojan, but it kept coming back, so here’s how the Trojan was removed, and how TrustDefender would have kept that user protected – despite being infected.
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 11 November 2008 16:17
The Bank of America in the UK is amongst the first to pilot a new VISA credit card with an integrated PIN pad and one-time security code system for Internet transactions. So how does that work then?
Published in Technology
Saturday, 11 October 2008 18:47
Six months ago you could buy stolen US credit card details from the online underground for the seemingly bargain basement price of USD $10 a pop. However, it appears that stolen Australian credit cards have now hit the real rock bottom and can be picked up for as little as just USD $1.50 a time...
Published in Home IT