Posts Tagged: blacklist

Computer Security Watch – Oct 13, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Oct 13, 2014

October 13, 2014

Viruses Are Like A Potato Chip   Today’s Top Threat Android.Gomal The Android.Gomal is a Trojan virus directed at Android phone systems, its primary function is to steal information from the device and send it back to the user. When in doubt it’s a good idea to scan your phone to make sure you do […]

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Computer Security Watch – Sept 22, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Sept 22, 2014

September 22, 2014

Faster Is Usually Better   Today’s Top Threat Trojan.Gofcbot There is not a lot of information posted about the new Gofcbot, but what we can tell is that it will infect your computer steal information and allow other viruses onto your machine. It seems to be your run of the mill Trojan virus. Today’s Top […]

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Computer Security Watch – Sept 9, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Sept 9, 2014

September 9, 2014

All Roads Lead To Rome   Today’s Top Threat Microsoft Lync Server CVE-2014-4070 Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability The program Microsoft Lync has a weakness to cross-site scripting that has been exploited recently. Through the weaknesses the attacker may be able to obtain sensitive information from web sessions. As with all Microsoft vulnerabilities, it is best […]

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Computer Security Watch – Sept 8, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Sept 8, 2014

September 8, 2014

What Time Is It!?! Today’s Top Threat Backdoor.Finfish!gen3 The backdoor Finfish is a backdoor virus that much like any other Trojan will open up additional doors for other viruses to infect your pc. While the finfish itself may not be much of a threat, the other viruses that will come along with it are. Today’s […]

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Computer Security Watch – Sept 5, 2014

Computer Security Watch – Sept 5, 2014

September 5, 2014

Prepare For Distaster   Today’s Top Threat OSX.Slordu “OSX.Slordu is a Trojan horse that opens a back door on the compromised computer and may steal information.” Today’s Top Stories Data Breach – The Best Defense is Vigilance “There have been several high-profile data breaches impacting millions of consumers in the past year. And along with […]

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Computer Security Watch – Aug 25 2014

Computer Security Watch – Aug 25 2014

August 25, 2014

All The Small Things   Today’s Top Threat W32.Changeup!gen50 The W32.Changeup is a worm that spreads through removable and mapped drives. If you are on a network, this worm can do some pretty serious damage, and spread like wild fire. Today’s Top Stories Website Add-on Targets Japanese Users, Leads To Exploit Kit “In the past […]

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Computer Security Watch – Aug 15 2014

Computer Security Watch – Aug 15 2014

August 15, 2014

Try Before You Buy Today’s Top Threat Trojan.Blueso The Blueso Trojan will actually inject malicious code into existing programs on the infected PC. Which means that it can make almost any program a virus! Today’s Top Stories Mobile Security Advice For The New Term “Technology and education now go together more closely than ever, with […]

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Computer Security Watch – Aug 6 2014

Computer Security Watch – Aug 6 2014

August 6, 2014

It Is Now Or Never! Today’s Top Threat Trojan.FakeAV!gen128 I think it’s a crucial thing here to look at the name, it is the 128th generation of this virus, which means this is a very common infection. It is a common infection, because it works on people who do not know better. It is wise […]

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Computer Security Watch – Aug 4 2014

Computer Security Watch – Aug 4 2014

August 4, 2014

The Seedy World Of Virus Creation Today’s Top Threat SONAR.PUA!gen1 The Sonar.PUA is a potentially unwanted application that was been assigned to a low threat level, but has been spreading quite a bit recently. With PUA you often find them annoyingly, but not necessarily super harmful, however, it is worth nothing if you have one, […]

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Computer Security Watch – July 31 2014

Computer Security Watch – July 31 2014

July 31, 2014

A Guiding Light Today’s Top Threat Trojan.Scieron!gen2 The second generation of the Scieron family Trojan has been making its way through the internet lately. The premise of this virus is to open a back door on your computer, and then steal information all the while downloading more unwanted files. Today’s Top Stories WWCD?: Clark Griswold’s […]

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