Security software vendor BitDefender is offering a pair of malware removal tools.
Australia's financial, transactional and global IT security colossus, TrustDefender, warns that while 2010 was 'the year of cybercrime', 2011 will see the trend get worse - and more specific - as the 'year of malware attacks'. Take cover!
SYDNEY, October 25. Reports that the world's most prolific phishing gang has diversified its operations over from conventional phishing emails to distributing the ZeuS Trojan is another sign that hackers are becoming incredibly sophisticated, says Imperva, the data security specialist.
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