internet explorer remote threat vulnerability

New security threat puts all Internet Explorer users at risk

According to confirmed reports, Microsoft is aware of limited, targeted attacks that attempt to exploit a vulnerability in all versions of the Internet Explorer browser, including Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10, and Internet Explorer 11.

Introducing Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium – Annual Subscription, 3PCs

Malwarebytes’ launched new product called Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium (Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0). Unlike other Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware Pro products, this new version called Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium will be an annual subscription at the same price as the Professional edition, it can support 3 PCs at once, includes an updated User Interface (UI), and a lot of other features. It is said to be more powerful than recent versions of Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware software.

romanian man commits sucide because of computer virus

Romanian man kills himself and his son because of a computer virus

We are sad to learn that a 36 year old man in Romania killed himself and his son because of a common computer virus. The type of virus is malware, or a cryptovirus categorized as ransomware that typically locks a computer system and uses a message that claims the computer owner or user violated the law and must pay a hefty fine or face a deprivation of liberty for viewing prohibited. In this case child pornography was the reason. In other cases the virus may claim that the user also violated the law by using copyrighted content or spreading malware.

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CBS Interactive (CNET) unhappy with

Tonight we received information simply titled “Leak about” concerning a split between CBS Interactive’s CNET brand and the domain. The information we received details that CNET and will separate because of CNET’s dissatisfaction in the direction went.

Further speculations suggest that there has been a battle between CNET and that has been going on for over a year.


Massive Botnet Attacks WordPress Websites With User “Admin”

Multiple sources have reported of a nasty botnet currently trolling WordPress websites that uses brute-force tactics in order to crack WordPress websites using the username Admin. To protect yourself against this current WordPress botnet, it is recommended to immediately change your WordPress username from Admin to something else, and change your WordPress password to something very strong.

New adware discovered

Signs Of New Content Based Adware Discovered In WordPress Social Plugin

Be aware of new adware (malware) and spam links we recently discovered that attempts to adapt to the style and or structure of general websites in broad. Recent findings suggest that criminals may attempt to design and use essentially In text or in content adware that is expected to be distributed and spread the usual way adware is such as combo-malware via browser hijackers and and other methods.

Malwarebytes 2013 Malware Predictions

Malwarebytes 2012 Malware Report – 2013 Cyber Threat Predictions (Cyber Threats in 2012: Looking Both Ways)

According to Malwarebytes report released January 22, 2013, the year 2012 the most popular malware infecting computers were Drive-by exploits, Ransomware, phishing scams, and other parasites. To add more to Malwarebytes 2013 Malware Report, which also predicts future threats in 2013, we noticed such a big increase in Ransomware infections, that the category of malware is the most visited on our website.

Malwarebytes answers, what can we expect from 2013 in cyber threats ? The best way to answer this is to look back at where we were a year ago and where we are now. What has changed, what have we learned and what do we know now that can help us predict the future? To answer these questions, they released a detailed report, looking at popular computers threats of 2012 and making predictions for the threats we may see in 2013.

FBI Botnet

FBI Catches Criminals Blamed For The The Butterfly Botnet (Malware)

The FBI caught 10 people from Bosnia, Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, New Zealand, Peru, the United Kingdom, and the United States, all whom which they had numerous search warrants and conducted a worldwide investigation against considering the dangerous Butterfly Botnet malware that infected more than 11 million computers and caused more than $850 million in loses by stealing computer users’ credit, bank account, and other personal information.