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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

BROWSER HYGIENE: CLEANING UP YOUR CACHE AND COOKIES

We use our internet browser every day to check emails, log in to our social media accounts, manage our online banking and even do some e-shopping. Your browser tends to hold onto various information and files to ensure maximum optimization and...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

AT&T INJECTS ADS THROUGH WIFI HOTSPOT

At least one ATT WiFi hotspot is tampering with internet traffic and injecting ads into web browsers. Computer scientist and lawyerJonathan Mayerwas using the free WiFi at Dulles Airport in Virginia when he noticed that websites which he visited...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

ARE YOUR KEYSTROKES BEING RECORDED?

Think about everything you’ve downloaded to your PC over the past six months. Can you remember each program or file you downloaded, and where that download came from? Most likely not, and even if you can, you may have gotten more than you...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

ARE VIGILANTES SPREADING HELPFUL MALWARE?

Malware which has compromised over ten thousand routers is receiving attention this week as it has exhibited activity which is beneficial to the infected users. Linux.Wifatch wasdiscoveredby an independent security researcher almost a year ago, at...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

ANONYMOUS WI-FI FROM TWO MILES AWAY

One of the last barriers to remaining anonymous on the internet is the correlation between a user’s IP address and their physical location. While VPNs and the Tor browser can mask a user’s IP address by relaying their connection through proxy...

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23 fév, 2017 - Blog

ANDROID XBOT: BANK TROJAN OF THE FUTURE?

A newly discovered Android trojan mimics the Google Play Store payment interface to phish for users’ credit card details. Dubbed the Xbot trojan by theteamat Palo Alto Networks in California, the trojan is also capable of mimicking the login pages...

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