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If thieves gain control of sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) on your computer, your identity can be stolen.  Information such as your social security number, driver’s license number, date of birth, or full name are examples of files that should be encrypted.  Confidential business data like individual customer information or intellectual property should also be […]

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There's a rather large malvertising-driven attack running at the moment, that's attempting to trick people into installing or upgrading a fake version of Java. It looks pretty believable, if you disregard the domain name (tartd.info having no obvious linguistic connection to "Java"): (The fine print at the bottom, if you're having trouble reading it, says […]

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The past year has been one of expansion for ransomware. Throughout 2012 an increasing number of blogs, tutorials and discussion forums were written to help people gain access to ransomware-locked computers without paying the ransom. The authors of Reveton ransomware are aware that the persistence of their malware on a system is not only narrowed by […]

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