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Pony botnet steals passwords directly from your computer: SSO Alert Priority Moderate
Cyber criminals have used a botnet to steal logon information for approximately 2 million people affecting a variety of sites including Facebook, Link
Microsoft warns of XP vulnerability, remote attack possible via old Adobe Reader: SSO Alert Priority Moderate
Microsoft has issued a warning about a critical vulnerability affecting Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 systems.Most private, home users are unlike
Advice to online dating customers of Cupid Media following breach: SSO Alert Priority High
Users of online dating website Cupid Media are advised that a breach of its customer data, from as far back as January 2013, has been discovered, invo
November 2013 Newsletter
Are you still using Microsoft Windows XP? It was one of Microsoft’s most popular operating systems, but it is now more than 10 years old, and Microsof
October 2013 Newsletter
This month we’ve seen the use of a slightly different approach to phishing emails. These attacks ask you to call back on a phone number in addition to the more traditional phishing email pitfalls such as opening a dangerous attachment, replying to the email or clicking a malicious link.
September 2013 Newsletter
Elections and tax time are both national events. We’re all aware of them, we’re all affected by them and we’re all curious about news associated with