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“FLIRCHI DATING” IS FAKE : AUTOMATED ROBOTIC SITE


Report by : Bijay Acharya Research Method 1 : I signed up with my facebook account for research purpose. Site automatically suggested me many new girls around my capital city, kathmandu. Then site started bombarding me new notifications like :... Continue Reading →

FBI: Hundreds Of Thousands May Lose Internet In July


WASHINGTON (AP) — For computer users, a few mouse clicks could mean the difference between staying online and losing Internet connections this summer. Unknown to most of them, their problem began when international hackers ran an online advertising scam to... Continue Reading →

IMG0893.zip – Your photo all over Facebook? Naked? Malware campaign spammed out


SophosLabs is intercepting a spammed-out malware campaign, pretending to be an email about a revealing photo posted online of the recipient. The emails, which have a variety of subject lines and message bodies, arrive with an attached ZIP file (IMG0893.zip)... Continue Reading →

Fake Instagram app infects Android devices with malware


Tempted to try out the much talked about Instagram app? Well, be careful where you get it from - as malware authors are distributing malware disguised as the popular app. It's a rain cloud on a summer's day for the... Continue Reading →

Duqu Malware, son of Stuxnet raises questions of origin and intent


Early today Symantec published an inside look at a new targeted malware attack called Duqu. This might not be important news if it weren't for its ties to Stuxnet. Early analysis of Duqu shows it has evolved from the Stuxnet codebase. We... Continue Reading →

Horrible blog going around about you? Or a Twitter phishing attack?


You may not realise it, but your Twitter account is worth money. Cybercriminals are keen to compromise your Twitter account, so they can spam out messages (either as public tweets, or less obvious direct messages to your online friends) in... Continue Reading →

Google’s Picasa and Yahoo! Groups used to spread spam


One of the most effective techniques anti-spam products have to block spam messages from reaching your inbox is reputation filtering. Yes, to a degree, anti-spam solutions may still look for v1@gr@and Mrs. Gaddafi offering you $40 million, but the biggest bang for... Continue Reading →

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