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A word of caution

I’ve been asked (again) about MacKeeper. The name has come up several times in comments directed towards Mac security sites like this one, Mac-related user forums and on various specialized lists, in the context of dubious malware alert pop-ups and aggressive marketing. 145 more words

Graham Cluley

Hackers inside the White House

A failure of cybersecurity technologies or a failure of us?

The reporting of cyber attacks and stolen data files has become a weekly occurrence, and even the highest offices of the United States government are not immune. 486 more words

Data Security

Did Simda Botnet Infect Your PC?

Graham Cluley reports on a multi-national, multi-agency takedown of the Simda botnet that is thought to have infected around 770,000 PCs around the world (www.grahamcluley.com; “A quick way to tell if your PC was infected by the Simda botnet”; April 14th). 135 more words

Cracking Your iGadget PIN

This isn’t the first time I’ve looked at PINs, and on occasion I have done so in the specific context of iOS devices: in fact, I spent some time on researching  588 more words


OpinionSpy resurgent

Some of us were slightly confused back in 2012 when Intego flagged a problem with the alleged spyware/adware program it calls OSX/Opinionspy – a market research program calling itself PremierOpinion. 58 more words


If the NSA hacked North Korea's networks before the Sony attacks, there's an obvious question...

Mystery around sony hack continues as sources said that NSA knows about this attack in advance then why they didn’t warn sony corporation?
Is it a real attack or some setup from NSA to release the movie ‘the interview’ for freely available for everyone? 21 more words


Clueless about the Internet

UK Prime Minister David Cameron is in the US trying to get President Barack Obama to help him stop people being beastly on the Internet. And he’s also using the opportunity to prove to the world, once and for all, that he hasn’t even the faintest idea how the Internet works. 441 more words