Note, laughing at this does not indicate support for, or approval of, the act of punching a cat in the face (or any animal, or human, for that matter)
Now the lowlifes are focusing on the Texas explosion. First, the email Yes there is a video, but there is also something else… – an iframe that loads content from another site… They try to be tricky, displaying a message on the web page “Unexpected error. Please, try again later”. But as you […]
Cite: http://blog.malwarebytes.org/news/2013/04/yesterdays-database-update-issue/ Fix advice: http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=125138 If I’m reading the advice properly, the “fix” is basically to transfer all files in the Malwarebytes “Quarantine” folder to their original locations. Doesn’t this mean that *real* bad files already in the Quarantine folder could potentially also be restored?
You don’t want to go there… Screenshot of sample email Network traffic at URL – there is Youtube content, but that’s not all – check out the other content being pulled from techpourri.com, and the highlighted EXE Antivirus tests make it clear that something is not right with that exe, which during tests was seen […]
ISC has a nice write up: http://isc.sans.edu/diary/Java+7+Update+21+is+available+-+Watch+for+Behaviour+Changes+/15620 Note that the warning screens are not “click thru” (that is, you need to enable a check box before acknowledging the alert). A small, but important, layer of protection.
“Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved nine final orders settling charges that seven rent-to-own companies and a software design firm and its two principals spied on consumers using computers that consumers rented from them. The companies used software to take screenshots of confidential and personal information, log customers’ computer keystrokes, […]