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This just in, hot off the press, careful with the jQuery libraries you’re using on your websites.We received word from @chris_olbekson via Twitter about some hacks being reported on the WordPress forums:The tweet links to a the fake jQuery domain being used to distribute the malware (jquerys.com). If you click on the domain, it does […]

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Jeremy Kyle, the UK’s answer to Jerry Springer, is the subject of a fast-spreading Facebook scam that claims he was “attacked by a chav”. Jeremy Kyle’s controversial and confrontational TV show, which has recently transferred to the United States, pits feuding family members against each other who think nothing of revealing their sex, drug, alcohol […]

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Fake-alert Trojans, also known as scareware, fool consumers by claiming imaginary threats, and insisting its victims purchase a product to repair the “infected” systems. They exist in Windows and Macintosh environments. In my recent report explaining this threat, I included a table showing the approximate number of scareware products with their known release dates: After […]

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