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It may sound strange, but one surefire sign that the economy is on the mend is an increase in stock spam. Yes, stock spam is a bellwether signal of an economic revival and if you want proof, check your email. Scattered in your bulk folder, you may find a myriad of such spam promising you […]

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After being in oblivion for a while, the Xpiro family of file infectors is back with a bang-and this time with some notorious capabilities. Not only does the new variant infect 32-bit files, it also has broadened its scope of infection to 64-bit files. The infections are cross-platform (a 32-bit Xpiro variant can infect a […]

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When I do public speaking, I often rant about how distracted we are by high profile attacks like Stuxnet even though few of us are responsible for protecting nuclear centrifuges. The vast majority of attacks are using our own computing resources to compromise our infrastructure. Our identities are being stolen, and we’re spamming and DDoS’ing […]

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