Malware virus Trojan and spyware protection and removal
- September 28, 2006
Microsoft may have patched the VML flaw in Internet Explorer, but now it faces new threats against the Web browser and PowerPoint.
- September 25, 2006
Attackers continue to strike gold by targeting consumers who lack the security savvy to address desktop application flaws, according to Symantec Corp. Enterprises ultimately pay the price.
- September 25, 2006
The worm uses several fake email messages, including one claiming to be a security update. Users are advised to avoid unsolicited email attachments.
- September 12, 2006
In other news, Symantec upgrades its Norton product line and the Anti-Phishing Working Group says phishing activity soared this summer.
- September 06, 2006
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- September 05, 2006
Updated: Trojan.MDropper-Q is exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft's word-processing application that could allow attackers to take control of certain machines.
- September 01, 2006
Six pieces of malware are now going after the Windows Server Service flaw outlined in MS06-040, and a spike in attacks has led Symantec to raise its ThreatCon to Level 2.
- August 31, 2006
Should an emerging database of more than 300,000 malware samples remain a walled community for trusted users, or is open access the best way to fight off digital desperados?
- August 23, 2006
Mocbot has hijacked 265,000 machines a day by exploiting the MS06-040 flaw. Meanwhile, a modified Randex worm has set its sights on the flaw.
- August 21, 2006
Updated: Two new Trojan horse programs are exploiting a vulnerability in PowerPoint, researchers say. But Microsoft denies there's a new flaw.
- August 13, 2006
Security experts raised the red flag Sunday as new malware targets the Windows flaw addressed in the MS06-040 patch. Attackers are using the flaw to expand IRC-controlled botnets.
- August 07, 2006
Black Hat: Spyware is a top concern among security professionals, but experts say there may be no technology that can stop its spread. Instead, the spyware battle may need to be waged on a different front.
- July 18, 2006
Microsoft will have a patch ready by Aug. 8, if not sooner. Since some PowerPoint flaws have already been attacked, Microsoft strongly discourages opening untrusted attachments.
- July 13, 2006
Update: The exploit might be tied to an older flaw in Excel. Attackers who exploit the serious flaw could launch arbitrary code. Microsoft says it is investigating.
- July 05, 2006
Security experts discourage the use of toolbars because they're often bundled with adware and spyware. Yet one security firm is hoping to remove toolbar from security's list of dirty words.