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What is Phishing and how to protect ourselves?

Phishing is an attempt to fraudulently acquire sensitive information from your computer / your online accounts, such as usernames, passwords, or credit card details, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity. For example, there are reports of phishing emails that falsely appear to be your trusted networks such as eBay, PayPal, or even your banks and financial …

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Be Aware of Phishing Domain Registrars’ E-mail Spam

There has been a flood of e-mail spasm around the Net these days asking domain name registrars to login to their accounts and apply some changes to their domain information! The links directs to different URLs and extract your proprietary information! We have received some e-mails from leading domain name registering networks warning their customers …

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Another worm attack infects over 9 million PC around the world!

Early Friday on January 16, 2009, the Finnish firm revised its estimate of the number of computers that had fallen victim to a new worm called Confiker (Known as Kido or Downadup as well). The worm, which is surging dramatically during the past few days, exploits a bug in the Windows Server service used by all supported versions of Microsoft’s operating …

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