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Security researchers have identified multiple malicious campaigns leveraging mostly fake news or reports about the Ebola virus, in order to deliver malware or steer users to phishing websites. A phishing operation caught by researchers deom Symantec impersonates a communication from CNN containing breaking news about the virus, luring the potential victim to click on a […]

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Officials from the World Health Organization today said that experimental medications, like the one currently being used to treat some patients in the West Africa outbreak of the deadly ebola virus, are ethically sound. A panel of 12 doctors, professors, and health advocates discussed the matter yesterday, and decided that using experimental treatments or vaccines could […]

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Officials in Sierra Leones capital are trying to find a woman who left a hospital with the help of her family after testing positive for the deadly Ebola virus. The 32-year-old woman, who radio stations in Freetown named as Saudatu Koroma, was being tested for virus in an isolation ward, then was forcefully removed by her […]

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