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Dec
2012

It’s Christmas time! Time for charity! In Finland, the most popular Christmas charity is run by the local salvation army. Their campaign is called Joulupata. And as you might expect, they have a website at www.joulupata.fi. Earlier today, if you googled for ‘joulupata’, the first search result looked unusual: Looks dangerous. So let’s visit the […]

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Finland has a rather small population in which F-Secure has a relatively large market share. (Natch.) And every so often, something “big” will occur in such a way that Finland becomes a kind of statistical laboratory. Here’s a graph of malware detections (as in preventions) that occurred in Finland from November 24th to November 27th. […]

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Facebook has started rolling out its new Timeline profile and over the weekend, here in Finland, there were some reports that private messages are being posted to users’ profiles. We have seen no solid evidence of this. And given that Facebook’s Finnish translation is far from perfect, the whole thing could just be a misunderstanding. […]

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