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Latest Emsisoft News

China capable of massive DDoS attacks

Alerts & Outbreaks [Jan, 26, 2015]

China capable of massive DDoS attacks

China has been known for its involvement in such attacks in the past as well. Hopefully this will not be a regularity in the future.

iPhones having spyware built-in?

Alerts & Outbreaks [Jan, 22, 2015]

iPhones having spyware built-in?

We all love our iPhones, but they may not be as secure as some of us think.

Zero Day Alert: Flash Player vulnerability exploited

[Jan, 22, 2015]

Zero Day Alert: Flash Player vulnerability exploited

It’s probably smart to remove or disable your Flash player, at least in the next few days. A new zero-day exploit has been discovered that attacks unknowing website visitors through a drive-by download attack.

Has The Antivirus Industry Gone Mad?!

Security Knowledge [Jan, 17, 2015]

Has The Antivirus Industry Gone Mad?!

Toolbars, adware, plugins or other downloads sneak onto your computer while installing free antivirus software.

Keysweeper: proof that it’s relatively simple to hack a wireless keyboard

Alerts & Outbreaks [Jan, 15, 2015]

Keysweeper: proof that it’s relatively simple to hack a wireless keyboard

For just $10, a hacker can create a camouflaged USB charging device that tracks and logs everything you type on a wireless keyboard.

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