ESET has uncovered and analyzed a targeted campaign that tries to steal sensitive information from different organizations, particularly in Pakistan (with limited spread around the world).
The main symptom of a computer being infected with the ZeroAccess (or Sirefef) malware is that online searches via Google Search often lead to unhelpful pages filled with ads and equally useless links.
PandaLabs today published its report analyzing the IT security events and incidents from January through March 2013.
According to Etay Maor, Fraud Prevention Solutions Manager for Trusteer, “The security industry has a common saying: “Your system is only as secure as its weakest link”, which is usually followed by “humans are the weakest link.” With online fraud continuing to generate headlines, users are becoming more security aware.
Sophos researchers have spotted an active malicious spam campaign impersonating the DuoFax internet fax service, claiming that the recipient has received a fax: You might not have a fax machine in your office or home, but you can't help but be aware that some services and individuals inexplicably still continue to use this old technology.
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