Monthly Archives: April 2012

Security Firms Believe Apple Security to be Years Behind Microsoft

Security Firms Believe Apple Security to be Years Behind Microsoft

April 28, 2012

A lot of naysayers out there are spewing venom about Apple lately, the most recent being CEO of Kaspersky Lab Eugene Kaspersky. The head of the security firm believes that the Cupertino computer company is headed for rough times, at least as far as computer security is concerned. Kaspersky, who spoke to Computer Business Review […]

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European Court of Justice Makes New Interpretation on Data Pirate Law

European Court of Justice Makes New Interpretation on Data Pirate Law

April 22, 2012

If you are an internet pirate in Sweden, you had better watch out because the European Court of Justice has just issued a new law interpretation that could have some serious impact on the prosecution of discovered and convicted internet pirates in the Northern European country. The European Court of Justice stated that this new […]

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Apple Issues Tool to Take Out Flashback Malware

Apple Issues Tool to Take Out Flashback Malware

April 13, 2012

Just two days after Apple promised customers that it would decontaminate Mac computers plagued by the Flashback malware the company has finally delivered. Apple just released its newest Mac OS X Java update yesterday, an update that includes a tool that will, as an Apple advisory┬ástates, “remove the most common variants of the Flashback malware.” […]

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