Monthly Archives: April 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 30 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 30 2014

April 30, 2014

I Will Take One Of Everything, But Make It Free! Today’s Top Threat Adobe Flash Player CVE-2014-0515 Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Symantec went into depth with this virus to properly explain what versions of Adobe Flash are affected and what the likely out comes for versions affect by the vulnerability. They explain that there is a […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 29 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 29 2014

April 29, 2014

Retro Style Viruses, A Whole New Threat Today’s Top Threat Bloodhound.Flash.24 The Bloodhound.Flash is a virus that is “attempting to exploit the Adobe Flash Player Buffer Overflow Vulnerability(CVE-2014-0515).” Which simply put means that through a weakness in Adobe Flash your information, including usernames and passwords will be compromised.   Today’s Top Stories  Old Infostealer Resurfaces, […]

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Bug Found In Internet Explorer Lets Hackers Control Your Computer

Bug Found In Internet Explorer Lets Hackers Control Your Computer

April 29, 2014

Right now, Microsoft is hurrying to fix a problem in its popular Web browser that was found over the weekend by security experts at FireEye. This bug is something that hackers have caught on to and are exploiting it as hard as they can. Basically, hackers have began setting up websites that they are tricking […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 28 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 28 2014

April 28, 2014

Microsoft To Windows XP Users About Zero Day Bug: No Updates For You! Today’s Top Threat Backdoor.Zegost!gen2 The Backdoor.Zegost virus is a typical Trojan virus that will open the “back door” of your computer and let all of his buddies in to wreak havoc on your system. Symantec classifies this virus as easy to remove […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 25 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 25 2014

April 25, 2014

If AOL Can Get Hacked, So Can You!   Today’s Top Threat IOS.Passrobber The IOS.Passrobber is a very serious threat that is easily dealt with. As the name suggest this virus aims for the IOS systems, including the iPhone. Once the virus is on your system it will start stealing information including Apple ID’s and […]

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Having A Well Designed Website Can Mean The Difference Between “Sale” and “No Sale”

Having A Well Designed Website Can Mean The Difference Between “Sale” and “No Sale”

April 25, 2014

It’s something we do everyday without thinking. We go online and shop, tweet, Facebook, and more. All of the websites that we access everyday look so pretty and well designed don’t they? It’s not by accident, that much is for sure. There is a lot more going on with the design of a website than […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 24 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 24 2014

April 24, 2014

Safety Tips, The Business Edition   Today’s Top Threat Trojan.Shredboom The Shredboom is a typical trojan that will perform a host of malicious attacks on your computer. The most noticable effect of this virus will be how it effects the speed of your computer.   Today’s Top Stories Keeping Your Business Safe From Attack “According […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 23 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 23 2014

April 23, 2014

Spammers… A New Version Of The School Yard Bully   Today’s Top Threat Infostealer.Neabolsa has a fun and interesting name, however this virus is neither fun nor interesting. As the name suggests it will get into your system and start sending sensitive data back to an off-site server. The virus is very easy to remove, […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 22 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 22 2014

April 22, 2014

Spam Fighting: Faux Holiday Edition   Today’s Top Threat Downloader.Ajuxery Downloader.Ajuxery is a stereotypical downloader Trojan where once it is on your computer it will open the gates and flood your computer with more viruses. While the virus isn’t necessarily destructive, the viruses that it invites can be. The more viruses on your computer, the […]

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Computer Security Watch – April 21 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 21 2014

April 21, 2014

Bloodhound and Heartbleed… The Internet Sounds Like A Horror Movie   Today’s Top Threat Bloodhound.Exploit.551 This ominously named virus works off of the “Microsoft Word Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerability” and will cause your computer to be part of a bot net ‘denial of service’ attacks. The resulting impact will not be overly noticeable on your […]

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