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Bleh...Viruses and Infections

Sorry for this late post! I had a nasty virus and still getting rid of a infection. Ha don’t worry, I don’t mean on my computer, I’m smarter than that. 150 more words

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Email "Employee Documents - Internal Use" from no-replay@my-fax.com leads to malicious Zip file

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept quite a large distribution campaign by email with the subject “Employee Documents – Internal Use”, this email is send from the spoofed address “Fax <no-replay@my-fax.com>” and has the following body: 135 more words

Viruses

BACS payment Ref:057757DW emails contain malicious Excel sheet with macro

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new trojan distribution campaign by email with the subject “BACS payment Ref:057757DW”.

This email is send from the spoofed addresses and has the following body: 180 more words

Viruses

A System is Stronger with Variability, and Learning from Failures

Just recently I came across a book called Antifragile by the author Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Taleb describes a phenomena he coins as “antifragile” in which a system gains strength from past failures. 260 more words

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Not until we also have artificial microbes to help us digest that

You might have heard about this.

If you haven’t, then it is high time.

Although I have no tendency towards crying wolf, this is quite scary, and prompts me to want to warn everyone against certain aspect of our modern food supply. 1,439 more words

Protect Your USB Drive From Autorun Viruses

Hey guys :D back with  another one. This one is a little trick you can use to protect your USB drives. ;) We all know that viruses are such a pain in the a** :D And Autorun viruses although they are not as harmful as other viruses out their, it’s just f***ing annoying :P Booooooooo. 846 more words

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Here's How Hugs Can Prevent the Flu

Want to stay well this flu season? New research suggests you can inoculate yourself with a hug—sort of.

For a study published Thursday in the journal Psychological Science, researchers from Carnegie Mellon University had an inkling that hugs—as an indicator of social support but also because it involves touch—might pack a flu-fighting punch. 271 more words