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Crooks already using cloud services as platform for illegal activities, warn security players, who say service providers have role to play in preventing their services from being abused.
While a lower market share has kept Apple users safe from attacks, security firms warn that with increasing Mac malware codes, a major incident is "waiting to happen".
Advancement of IT security tools hasn't stopped users from putting themselves at risk, unwittingly or otherwise. Security experts highlight five most common risky habits they still see today.
Social networking sites are new targets for cybercriminals but users still need to beware of previous security threats such as vishing and spim, caution security experts.
A hacker is peddling the large volume of Facebook user IDs and passwords at US$0.25 each, which is cheaper compared to credit card and bank account credentials.
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Record 356 brands were hijacked in October 2009, up 4.4 percent from previous high of 341 last August, reports Anti-Phishing Work Group.
Launch of local language domain names not likely to significantly impact spam rates but can lead to more phishing attacks, warn security experts.
Companies are looking in the wrong places to defend against online attacks, according to security training organization Sans.
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.
June marked increased malware attacks and record number of phishing attacks on Web, according to Fortinet's online threat report for June.
Businesses and online users should be on their guard, as phishing scams show no letting up, directing their attacks at smaller companies.
Keylogging activities increased by 250 percent from January 2004 to May 2006, while phishing alerts jumped 100-fold, a new McAfee report reveals.
Security vendor last week unveiled a new security product that promises protection against identity theft.
update New report from Sophos finds eight hotspots in the region among the top 30 countries from which spam originated between July and September this year.
The amount may seem small, but it represents a 40 percent increase over what SMBs in this sector spent last year, new AMI-Partners study finds.
Spammers are increasingly targeting blogs, social-networking sites and IM programs, MessageLabs warns.
The security vendor's co-founder Jan Hruska tells why only legislation backed by timely prosecution, as well as preventive software, will be effective against spam.
Security attacks have become more targeted and personalized. To cope, consumers need to develop an online "sixth sense", Symantec says.
Circulated via e-mail spam, the Troj/BagleDl-W Trojan connects to a number of Web sites to download malicious code to the user's machine.
While vulnerabilities in Web browsers are unlikely to disappear in the future, this does not mean surfing the Internet can't be a secure experience.
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