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It’s very difficult to have a discussion about online anonymity without mentioning Tor. Tor is best known for its secure browser, which will allegedly protect your privacy as long as you avoid torrents, browser plugins and document downloads, but now the team wants to expand its services even further. The latest project from Tor is […]

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By all measures, Java is the current title holder for the lowest hanging fruit in computer security. (And by Java, we mean JRE and its various browser plugins.) It wasn’t always so. How did it happen? Let’s review some highlights in the history of low hanging fruit. From 2004 to 2008: Attacks shifted from Windows […]

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Brazilian cybercrime is based primarily on the spread of Trojan bankers. For some time now the country’s bad guys have been investing their efforts in new monetization schemes, the latest includes the use of adware. And the perfect place for distributing this sort of malware? Yes, that’s right – social networks. This is how “PimpMyWindow”, […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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