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After a decade-long battle, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved new rules to keep broadband Internet in the United States “Fair, Fast and Open.” The Internet will be reclassified as a public utility under Title II of the Communications Act, which means broadband providers will be banned from creating so-called “fast lanes” to block or […]

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Be advised cybercriminals are at it again, leveraging the popularity of Facebook and YouTube to scam consumers.We have seen several scams in the past spreading through Facebook promising of some leaked video of celebrities, or free Facebook T-shirts etc. The malware authors are making money by pay-per-click with these techniques. Users are tricked into clicking […]

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As mentioned in our previous post, there’s an Internet Explorer (zero-day) remote code execution vulnerability being exploited in the wild which affects IE 8, as well as IE 6 & 7. Those versions of IE account for about one third of all desktop browser market share.Current exploitation is limited but it’s quite likely a reliable […]

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