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Monthly Archives: August 2013

When the mail services deliver dangerous packages

We are monitoring a spam campaign that is using the names of delivery services like FedEx and DHL to send the receiver to a website that installs malware. With subjects like “Not possible to make delivery” or “Shipping service”, the … Continue reading

Fake emails from debt collecting agency used to spread malware

We wrote more than two month ago about fake emails in German pretending to come from various known online shops that contain attached archives with malware. The email pretended that the attached files were invoices that the receiver of the email … Continue reading

Facebook enables https per default to all users

Finally, after two years from the first release of the feature and hoping that the users will switch to https, Facebook enforces now https to all users by default. This feature means that your browser is told to communicate with Facebook using … Continue reading

Security 101: July 2013

Some people are saying that it is cost-effective to not purchase any security products and just use Linux. Is it safe?   It is not true that by using Linux you’re completely safe and you don’t need any security solution … Continue reading