Author Archives: Justin Bellinger

About Justin Bellinger

Justin is an experienced software professional, having worked in software and software security for nearly 20 years. Justin is VP of Security Products at SPAMfighter.

A news breaks about a fourth major hacking of a Sony website (this time Sony Music Japan) we discuss the points that you need to consider in producing a secure data driven website.

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Fake Apple App Store Spam has spiked, and is yet another example of the use of popular sites and services as a way for spammers and scammers to get you to click on their malware laden sites.

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With security companies seeing the highest malware samples per day ever (at around 73,000 samples per day), one particular thing to look out for is fake antivirus offerings.

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The Zeus / Zbot Trojan source code has been made available to underground malware / hacking groups, which means we are likely to see more of this prevalent crime kit over the coming months. Users are strongly advised to keep their anti-malware solutions licensed and up to date.

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Android malware has increased in prevalence by 400% (June 2010 vs January 2011) which highlights the need for better solutions and policies to help make these devices safer on the network, according to new research published by Juniper Networks.

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