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New MSN Worm Hitting Users – BlackAngel.B

Well this week there was a Yahoo! Email worm, now also follows a vindictive new worm targetting MSN called BlackAngel.B. The reports come from the anti-virus software company Panda Software. When activated the worm delivers a fateful terror message and then attempts to disable any protection software such as anti-virus, firewall or Windows system applications […]

Topic: Malware, Windows Hacking

Spam – A Simple Guide To Keeping Your Inbox Clean

In my opinion, the best way to keep clean of spam is simple: The first rule is NEVER reply to spam, NEVER click the unsubscribe link and NEVER e-mail to the unsubscribe address. These are simply underhand tactics to get ‘active’ e-mail addresses. Some other tips to avoid getting spammed in the first place: 1) […]

Topic: Countermeasures, Spammers & Scammers

New Spyware Blackmails Users Into Purchasing Software

Ah this is almost like Ransomeware again, messing up your machine then extorting money from you. Make sure you educate your non tech savvy relatives about such threats, spyware, adware, trojans and worm type viruses. Education is THE most powerful defence against malware and computer security incidents. Some simple patching, a free Antivirus protection like […]

Topic: Malware

hackers playground… windows?

Only as I am writing these lines I can imagine some people who will start laughing when reading this article… But my dear friends this may be the real thing… will see who will laugh 10 years from now… I. Introduction This article was ment to be, because, as you will notice, more and more […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Windows Hacking

Homeland Security Uncovers Critical Flaw in X11

An open-source security audit program funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has flagged a critical vulnerability in the X Window System (X11) which is used in Unix and Linux systems. A missing parentheses in a bit of code is to blame. The error can grant a user root access, and was discovered using […]

Topic: Exploits/Vulnerabilities, Linux Hacking

Gary McKinnon Busted Because he Forgot the Time Difference

It turns out Gary McKinnon got sloppy, that’s why he got busted. He forgot the computers he was comprimising were in a completely different time zone, and as he was using remote control software, the person in the office saw their mouse moving around. We have reported about this guy before, when he was fearing […]

Topic: Legal Issues