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    F-Secure Internet Security 2013 review: First-rate protection and usability has a small performance price

    Posted February 2, 2013 - 8:03 am

    F-Secure Internet Security 2013 (about $73 for one year and one computer, as of 12/19/12) came in first in several of our malware detection, blocking, and removal tests. It successfully blocked attacks, detected and disabled infections, and proved adept at cleaning up all traces of malware, landing at the top of this year's security suite roundup.
  • Review

    F-Secure Internet Security 2011

    Posted January 3, 2011 - 9:54 pm

    Simple, simple, simple. That's the marching order of F-Secure Internet Security 2011 ($60 for one year, three PCs, as of 12/2/2010), an antimalware utility that focuses on safeguarding the computers of novices and especially families.
  • WikiLeaks moves to Amazon servers after DOS attacks

    Posted November 30, 2010 - 3:43 pm

    After several denial of service (DOS) attacks hit it over the weekend, WikiLeaks is now being hosted by Amazon servers in the U.S. and Ireland, IP traces conducted today show.
  • Beyond Downadup: Expert worries about smart phone, TinyURL threats

    Posted March 5, 2009 - 4:44 pm

    Don't get Patrik Runald wrong: the Downadup worm (also called Conficker) has been a big deal. It's just that F-Secure's chief security advisor doesn't want people overlooking the other 29,999 malware files his company sees every day, or ignoring the prospects of smart phone malware or even threats that exploit the TinyURLs made so popular through social network sites.
  • 'Amazing' worm attack infects 9 million PCs

    Posted January 16, 2009 - 2:30 pm

    Calling the scope of the attack "amazing," security researchers at F-Secure Corp. Friday said that 6.5 million Windows PCs have been infected by the "Downadup" worm in the last four days, and that nearly nine million have been compromised in just over two weeks.
  • F-Secure warns against new, efficient malware

    Posted June 30, 2008 - 10:55 am

    Watch out for the newest generation of malware that is difficult to crack and efficient, warns anti-virus firm F-Secure. The Finnish firm has warned that today's malware is characterized by the packing, encryption, and obfuscation of existing families of Trojans, backdoors, exploits, and other threats, which is now done with industrial efficiency.
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