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A group of Princeton and Purdue researchers has shown that it’s possible to mount a denial-of-service (DoS) attack against hard disk drives via acoustic signals.

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Even though I’m a “tool guy”, I’ve never bothered with tools that help me find duplicate files. I know they’re common and I’ve heard a lot from our TuneUp users that it’s a feature they always wanted us to build. I always wondered why would there be so many duplicate files on my hard disk? […]

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Last month, Symantec blogged about an Android malware named Android.Fakedefender that is the first example of a Ransomware that we have seen on the Android platform.Fortinet detects this malware as Android/FakeDefend.A!trThe malware’s operation can be broken down into 3 rough stages. For details of the modus operandus of this very sophisticated malware, read on.. CONVINCE […]

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