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October 7, 2009 By Panda Security

Panda USB Vaccine

Panda USB Vaccine is a free utility from Panda Research which helps prevent malware infections due to the autorun feature of Windows...

April 25, 2012 by

Conficker haunts enterprises years on

The Conficker worm is currently the largest security threat to enterprises, continuing to spread due to weak or stolen passwords and vulnerabilities that require security patches, according to a Microsoft report.

December 5, 2011 By FRISK Software

F-PROT Antivirus for Windows

F-PROT Antivirus has the advantage of reliability, ease of use and low resource consumption so your computer runs faster. It is also...

April 25, 2012 by

Stupid passwords, irritating UAC & what spam you get

The latest release of Microsoft's comprehensive Security Intelligence Report has some fascinating nuggets in, among the hundreds of pages of vulnerability, malware and threat trends.Anyone who’s responsible for even a single server needs to take the section on Conficker to heart.

April 16, 2012 by

Mac botnet: Who's at fault?

At least 600,000 Macs were infected by the Flashback Trojan. Did Apple fail to protect its users? Or were users defeated by their own misguided fantasies of invulnerability?

November 22, 2010 by

Do you really need antivirus software?

Do you need antivirus software on your PC? If you're not sure of the answer to that question, then the short answer is yes. The longer answer is that security software is only one piece of what should be a simple, straightforward, and systematic approach to your PC's health. Here's my seven-step program.

September 22, 2009 by

From Gimmiv to Conficker: The lucrative MS08-067 flaw

GENEVA -- The critical MS08-067 vulnerability used by the Conficker worm to build a powerful botnet continues to be a lucrative security hole for cyber criminals.During a presentation at the Virus Bulletin 2009 conference here, a trio of Microsoft researchers dissected the malware attacks linked to MS08-067 and found that criminal gangs are still exploiting the flaw to plant data-theft Trojans on vulnerable Windows machines.

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