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Monthly Archives: September 2012

How to Give Malwarebytes Anti-Malware The Power!

Many PC users are content to let their hardware and software become outdated and obsolete if only because it still runs, so why update it; or as the old adage goes: “If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It”. Unlike a refrigerator or a washing machine, outdated computer components leave you vulnerable to attacks by various […]

Much Ado About Browser Malware

Browser Malware is a constant problem for all computer users. In addition to being highly intrusive and sometimes difficult to remove, it is one of the most frequently modified types of malware currently in the wild; because of this, Anti-Malware and antivirus products may not detect and remove all new variants of browser infecting malware […]

So You Want To Be A Malware Analyst

In war, there are always two sides: the attackers and the defenders.  A less focused on group is the researchers and developers.  While soldiers are fighting a war on the front lines, scientists and engineers are researching and developing new weapons, defenses and tools; things that give their side an advantage.  If one of these […]

Call Me Phishy

A few months ago, I did a series on Phishing, called Phishing 101. In it, I described various ways in which cyber-criminals are trying to steal information by swindling users with fake web sites, social network spamming and even lures in video games.  This week I wanted to touch on a method that has been […]

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