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  • How a fake antivirus attack works

    03.02.2014

    Earlier this month, Invincea researchers have warned about visitors of video-sharing website Dailymotion being targeted with malicious ads leading to bogus infection warnings and the download of a fake AV solution.

  • Financial data leads the malicious spam hit list

    24.01.2014

    The proportion of spam in email traffic continues to fall – in the last three years the share of unsolicited messages has fallen by 10.7 percentage points.

  • Top 7 security concerns for 2014

    14.01.2014

    AhnLab announced its “Top 7 Security Concerns for 2014”.

  • Fake AV served to Dailymotion visitors via malicious ads

    09.01.2014

    The extremely popular video-sharing website Dailymotion (dailymotion.com) has been found serving malicious ads that trigger fake infection warnings and try to make visitors install a fake AV solution.

  • Reveton changes tack, relies on fake AV

    08.08.2013

    When it comes to the infamous Reveton ransomware, cyber crooks are forever coming up with additional ways to bilk money from users: pairing it up with banking Trojans, playing threatening voice messages, adding password stealing to its arsenal.




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Why vulnerability disclosure shouldn’t be a marketing tool

Brian Honan, CEO at BH Consulting, talks about a recent vulnerability disclosure trend – a trend that he believes may ultimately cause more harm than good: security vendors using vulnerability disclosure as a marketing tool with the goal of enhancing their company’s bottom line.


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