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In a move to control the contollers, criminal servers have been swapped for government servers to intercept communications between infected systems and the servers controlling them.
If your business posts an employment opportunity online, watch out -- you may be targeted by crooks.
It's not only your smart phone that's at risk. Malware can also infect basic cell phones. Many of the threats stem from SMS Trojans, which can send messages to premium rate numbers without your knowledge.
US-CERT is warning of potential emails scams requesting donations for the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
"Detonating" file copies in a sandbox to examine whether any document contains malicious content stops malware before it can enter your network.
Federal Security Spotlight talks with Marita Fowler, section chief of the surface analysis group at U.S. CERT, about recent trends in cyber attacks.
January 20, 2011
Infosecurity Magazine reports on a Panda Labs study on malware growth over the years.
SC Magazine reports that Macs and other Apple products will be targets of malware in 2011.
Naked Security reports that a fake Microsoft security upgrade is actually a virus.
The U.S. will face persistant cyber attacks, McAfee predicts.