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Aryton
3 weeks ago

I let my mother used my MacBook, and now it has Genieo toolbar adware installed on it. Thanks, Mom. It’s made a mess of my Mac, and I certainly don’t want...

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mandril
4 weeks ago

If malware is running in a VM, is the host machine at any risk of infection?

Tags: malware, security, VM |
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jackson
13 weeks ago

There was a malware attack on European users of Yahoo! email in December, apparently using Javascript as an attack vector. Was this completely limited to...

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Number6
14 weeks ago
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I hear stories about ransomware, where malware essentially takes over a computer and the victim is given a short amount of time to pay hundreds of dollars,...

Tags: malware, ransomware |
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jackson
22 weeks ago

I know that there are all sorts of malware out there, just waiting on an Emma Watson search (I didn’t just make that up, incidentally, it’s the search with...

Tags: malware, virus |
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dvarian
22 weeks ago

My laptop has slowed to the point of being painful to use. It’s a few years old, so perhaps it’s just that, but how can I make sure it isn’t infected with...

Tags: antivirus, malware, virus |
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nchristine
23 weeks ago

I was listening to the radio and heard a report on a new virus that could be transmitted without machines being physically connected. How is this even...

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