Trojan Masquerades as iTunes Gift or Résumé

May 12, 2010By Andrew Brandt

If you received one or more email messages over the past week that claim to contain an attached gift certificate for the Apple iTunes store or an unsolicited résumé, you probably received the…read more

Cloud Defs Limit the Damage of a False Positive

April 22, 2010By Andrew Brandt

If you’re a customer or an employee of McAfee, chances are, you’re having a rough week. The company published a false positive, or FP, in its antivirus definitions that went out to customers…read more

Modified Websites Pushing Trojans On the Rise

April 21, 2010By Andrew Brandt

For the past couple of weeks, owners of Web sites have been hit with a wave of attacks that surreptitiously infect unsuspecting visitors with a wide variety of malware types. The first wave…read more

This PC Will Self-Destruct in Ten Seconds

April 8, 2010By Andrew Brandt

Phishing Trojans that try to remain below the radar are still prevalent, but a number of files coming through Threat Research point to a disturbing trend: Several new variants of existing malware families…read more

8 Tips for Filing Taxes Online Safely

April 6, 2010By Andrew Brandt

By Mike Kronenberg Getting ready to file your taxes online — and doing it at the last minute? Well, cyber-scammers are ready for you. Thieves are schemers, and they’ve got a bag full…read more