Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Week in Security (May 4 – 10)

A weeks’ worth of security news for the week of May 4-10.

What is UEFI and its predecessor the MBR? What challenges are there to get a dual boot environment with an alternative operating system?

Fake Paranormal Videos Haunting Facebook Users

A roundup of spooky Facebook scams. Maybe someone should tell them Halloween is five months away.

Researchers discover a new Android ransomware dubbed Koler. Here’s how to remove it from your Android device without having to pay the ransom.

Seldom do we hear of regular documents that actually have been exploited that can deceive many and sneak by your antivirus.

The rise in popularity of Instagram makes it a target for users just looking to post their #selfie.

Facebook May 18 Deactivation Scam

New Facebook scam tells users their account will be deactivated on May 18.

Reviewing last week’s security blog posts and news.

With the launch of 2.0, we’re seeing fake executable pretending to be Malwarebytes Anti-Malware hosted on unfamiliar sites and delivering PUPs.

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