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In-the-wild malware has been found that targets Android devices, attempts to get root access and download further exploit code.
Fake internet pornography sites are still the best way to get infected by malware online – but a user can take some simple precautions to protect themselves. Read the full article to find out how…
Free offers via social media sites, particularly twitter, for free iPads and iPhones are most likely going to be a scam that harnesses the power of desirable devices, aided by the use of URL shortening to hide the final destination of the website. Care must be taken to avoid such scams and clicking on links to avoid virus and spyware infections.
A new report from cisco, The 2010 Annual Security Report, highlights the changing shift in focus of scammers and cyber-criminals away from Windows-based PCs towards other vulnerable devices, such as smart phone, tablet computers and other mobile devices. It should be required reading for all of those who have an interest in keeping their data safe and secure.
A new report recently published highlights not only the danger you face of identity theft, but the ease by which someone can purchase your credit card and bank details online, showing both the sophistication of criminal gangs, but also the “amazon.com” like ease you can buy that information.