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As long as there is software there will be vulnerabilities and those vulnerabilities will be exploited. It’s a bold statement, and oddly enough technically incorrect. In simplistic terms, a malware’s arrival on an endpoint takes a significant journey and trades hands many times. There are a lot of misconceptions about malware, so here are some […]

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Google made security news in a big way this week, announcing that they would begin displaying special “Your computer appears to be infected” warning banners in the search results pages served to certain users. This seems to have really caught the fancy of a lot of security journalists, and I ended up doing several quick […]

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