Monthly Archives: January 2012

Spammers Exploit McAfee Vulnerability

Spammers Exploit McAfee Vulnerability

January 18, 2012

A problem in McAfee’s Saas Endpoint Protection software that allows computers to serve as open proxies for spam is being investigated by the company according to a recent statement from a McAfee representative. A statement from the rep says, “We are aware of the issues and have both threat analytics and development teams diligently analyzing the problem […]

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New Computer Virus Could Track Down and Eliminate Sources of Cyber Attacks

New Computer Virus Could Track Down and Eliminate Sources of Cyber Attacks

January 9, 2012

Cyber attacks are quickly becoming a very serious threat to internet users all over the world. Every day we are hearing more and more about big businesses and government websites that are getting hacked by different groups and causing mayhem for everyone involved. The bigger problem is, however, that it is extremely hard to completely […]

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Internet Network Security Important to Big Businesses

Internet Network Security Important to Big Businesses

January 4, 2012

If you are a big corporation or a big enterprise company, you probably already know that you need powerful computers to handle the sheer amount of information that is used to make tasks simpler and less expensive while also enabling knowledge to be shared more easily in order to benefit the company. An increased dependence […]

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