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Cloud Antivirus

Resolutions' Cloud Antivirus Security was designed from the ground up to be a modular security product. It goes far beyond typical...

March 27, 2012 By Economical Computer Solutions

Who is going to book the banks?

Banks in India regularly send their customers e-mail messages about phishing and vishing scams--how not to reveal your Web identity and personal data and fall prey to fraudulent e-mail. But at the same time, they regularly peep into the bank accounts of its customers in the name of customer relationship.

May 2, 2012 by

Message Level Authentication for WebMail

Authenticates mail from Message Level Network users, Mail Reputation provided by Sender Score for each message and Anti-Phishing Data...

September 27, 2007 By Message Level


Delphish is a free extension for MS Outlook / Outlook Express which assists you in detecting Phishing attacks. It's absolutely free...

January 17, 2007 By Nutzwerk

FBI's 'Operation Phish Phry' snares nearly 100 people

The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday charged almost 100 people in Operation Phish Phry, the largest cyber fraud phishing case to date.The FBI said it uncovered a sophisticated phishing operation that was designed to swipe personal information and then use the data to defraud banks.

October 7, 2009 by

Is your smartphone secure? Survey says probably not

A survey released by Internet security firm Trend Micro today found that smartphone users are more worried about losing their phones or the personal data on them is more alarming than the threat of Web infections or phishing software. (Full Report Powerpoint)Consider these findings from the survey:44 percent said that surfing the Internet on a smartphone (which may not be equipped with security software) is just as safe, if not safer, as surfing on a PC.

August 17, 2009 by

Phishing without bait: The in-session password theft attack

Skilled identity thieves can pilfer user names, passwords and other sensitive data for banking sites without using e-mail lures and other other social engineering tactics.According to a security advisory from Trusteer, hackers can launch what is described as "in-session phishing attacks" using pop-up messages during an active browser session.

January 16, 2009 by

Phishers apply quality assurance, start validating credit card numbers

With the exact number of end users interacting with phishing emails by submitting bogus data still unknown, phishers are on the other hand continuing to apply basic quality assurance processes ensuring that they will be collecting only validated credit card details, and limiting the opportunity for researchers and end users to poison their campaigns.

October 30, 2008 by

Pop-up vulnerability found in major browsers

Several popular Web browsers contain a vulnerability that could be used by cybercriminals to steal personal data, security company Secunia has warned.The flaw would allow a phishing attack in which a malicious JavaScript pop-up window appeared in front of a trusted Web site, Secunia said in an alert published Tuesday in the US.

June 22, 2005 by

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