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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Improve your security #8 – change the default passwords

Very often people buy new gadgets or devices which because they are “secured” out of the box. Or, better said, this is what the producers write on their boxes, because the reality is quite different. These devices are delivered most of … Continue reading

Spring cleaning your computer

We are now close to the end of April and the spring is everywhere. Some people are used to perform a general cleaning of their houses and gardens.   What about your computer? Don’t you plan to do the same? … Continue reading

YouTube and Tagged phishing leading to online pharmacy sites

We are quite used to see well known brand names being used in phishing spam campaigns that lead to spam websites, usually online pharmacies. We’ve seen eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and so on. It is to  us … Continue reading

Old Microsoft Office for Mac vulnerability actively used to install malware

Not surprisingly, more than two and a half years after a critical patch has been delivered, we see customers that didn’t update. And if we can see them, then also the bad guys see them as well. Even worse, we … Continue reading