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.

The fake av vendors are now targeting users via links on Yahoo! Answers and other Q&A sites, including forums. Be very careful what you download, and follow our simple guide so that you are not caught out in this malware scam.

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French firm Vupen spoils Google and Microsoft’s day by exploiting Chrome and bypassing both the sandbox and anti-exploit features of the OS.

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Sony goes for the hat-trick and gets hacked a third time.

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New Java Trojan IncognitoRAT see in-the-wild. A new Java-based Trojan has been seen in the wild, and though it has the ability to run cross-platform, it has only been seen on the Windows platform at this time, exploited via the JarToExe utility.

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A new malware scan and spam campaign is doing the rounds, purporting to be from the FBI. It’s not, and opening the attached “questionnaire” will infect your machine with malware.

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