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The headlines scream: “Microsoft’s Windows 10 is a privacy nightmare,” “Windows 10: Privacy Nightmare and Known Solutions.” Even TechRepublic got in on the promotion of fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) in the early going: “Windows 10 violates your privacy by default, here’s how you can protect yourself.” Windows 10 default privacy settings do not grant […]

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The threat research team at Bit9 + Carbon Black spent over two months of 2015, 10 weeks to be precise to look into every fragment of a reported case of OS X malware. The findings were as memorable as they were damning. They discovered five times more malware in 2015 than all the malware samples […]

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File infectors are malware that are capable of attaching themselves to executable files, e.g. “calc.exe” and “notepad.exe”. When we run an infected file, we don’t notice that “calc.exe” is infected, since it still shows the calculator running properly. But, behind the scenes, the malware is doing its malicious activities. In this post, we will look […]

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