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Banking fraud malware trick helps criminals evade detection

Perpetrators of online banking fraud are using new techniques to misdirect bank verification and make discovery of fraudulent activity more difficult. Criminals are attempting to divert calls from banks to attacker numbers, using stolen information, to allow them to cover and possibly even continue to pillage accounts. The techniques have been...

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PwC survey: Preparation, not prediction, is key to weathering security storm

At the beginning of every year, experts  feel compelled to make predictions about the kinds of security threats we’ll see in IT in the year ahead. While predictions can be interesting, they typically are little more than an extension of recent security threat trends. As long as the trends continue, the prognosticators look pretty...

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Smart phones getting out of control? SANS hosts first Mobile Device Security Summit

Mobile security and application development is new territory for a lot of companies. If your organization is struggling with how to develop and implement a set of policies for managing and securing mobile devices, especially the thorny BYOD (bring your own device) issues around employee-owned smart phones and tablets, you aren’t alone. A...

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McAfee Mobile Security vets users' Droid applications

A lot of the buzz about mobile security whirls around the wild and wooly Android application market. Android smart phone app development, unlike Apple and Microsoft,  is wide open. Google had to pull score of malicious applications last year. McAfee has taken a first swipe at protecting mobile users from dangerous applications with Mobile...

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Drive-by email malware alert: Plain text is just plain common sense

Just when I thought I was too smart to be fooled by malicious email, a report from German researchers made me start thinking about it again. The researchers, from the email security firm eleven, have identified drive-by download spam, which means that your computer will be infected if you simply open the message. No link or attachment to be wary...

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