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Tips

29.09.2016

Baiting traps

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Weak links

28.09.2016

For those with their heads in the clouds

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Caught

27.09.2016

When someone else's mistake is your problem

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Spies are everywhere

26.09.2016

Everything is logged

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Configure it!

23.09.2016

Hidden passwords: A loophole for hackers

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Snared in the net

22.09.2016

A global crime against the human psyche code-named “10 little soldier boys”, or how Pokémon characters are killing players

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

21.09.2016

Anti-virus ABCs

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Con artists

20.09.2016

False fears lead to wrong actions

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Look out for your things!

19.09.2016

Be smarter than your smart things!

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Just email

16.09.2016

From Melissa Kournikova, with love

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Unexpected guests

15.09.2016

Cunning JavaScript

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Con artists

14.09.2016

Preying on fear

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Caught

13.09.2016

Phishing, pharming fraudsters! Oh my!

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Look out for your things!

09.09.2016

Tiny circuits = big damage

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Caught

08.09.2016

Curiosity killed the fish

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Evil Kitchen

06.09.2016

Beyond the pale of morality

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Snared in the net

02.09.2016

Reality in small doses

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Just email

01.09.2016

Everything is for sale!

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Tips

31.08.2016

How to train your anti-virus

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Unexpected guests

30.08.2016

Trojans sit tight and wait

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The rules of ”basic hygiene”

29.08.2016

Lots of loopholes

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Anti-virus fallacies

26.08.2016

Signature sleight

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Unexpected guests

25.08.2016

Previously deceased

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Just email

24.08.2016

Slippery sploggers

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27.09

Dangerous Linux Trojan family investigated by Doctor Web

Doctor Web’s security researchers have examined a Trojan named Linux.Mirai which is used by criminals to carry out DDoS attacks. Because virus specialists were familiar with earlier versions of this Trojan, they were able to find many features of the previous versions in this latest one, and even the characteristic hallmarks of members of other Trojan families.

22.09

Dr.Web CureNet! 11.0 released

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is pleased to announce the release of the eleventh version of its remote scanning and curing utility Dr.Web CureNet!. The utility now makes use of modules that are already available in Dr.Web 11.0 products for Windows. Furthermore, it incorporates a number of new features that enhance PC protection and make administrator work easier. Known issues have been resolved.

20.09

Doctor Web: Android.Xiny Trojans have learned how to infect system processes

Doctor Web analysts have detected, within the Android.Xiny family, new species of Trojans designed to download and delete various programs. These Trojans can now infect the processes of system applications and download malicious plug-ins into the programs they have attacked.

Dr.Web AV-Desk

01.09

Dr.Web keeps the peace in Spain’s San Pedro del Pinatar municipality

Doctor Web, the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software, is pleased to report that users in Spain’s San Pedro del Pinatar municipality can now subscribe to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service. Dr.Web’s cutting-edge technologies, which have proven themselves in the information security sector for the 24 years of the product’s development, will ensure that the municipality’s workstations involved in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery method are well protected. The Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service has been deployed by Audidata Sistemas.

01.09

Dr.Web Anti-virus Service comes to Principality of Andorra

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is pleased to announce that the Dr.Web Anti-virus service is now available to users living in Canillo, one of the parishes of the Principality of Andorra. Now the cutting-edge technologies of Dr.Web—one of the first and most established anti-viruses in the world—will be protecting users here against the latest information threats. The service is available due to the deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service by Audidata Sistemas.

01.08

Control Center in Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Control Center in the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service, which delivers the Dr.Web Anti-virus service to subscribers. The update delivers support for Dr.Web Agent 11 for Windows, simplifies the generation of individual distributions, fine-tunes some business-related features and provides fixes for known defects.

Viruses

27.09

Dangerous Linux Trojan family investigated by Doctor Web

Doctor Web’s security researchers have examined a Trojan named Linux.Mirai which is used by criminals to carry out DDoS attacks. Because virus specialists were familiar with earlier versions of this Trojan, they were able to find many features of the previous versions in this latest one, and even the characteristic hallmarks of members of other Trojan families.

20.09

Doctor Web: Android.Xiny Trojans have learned how to infect system processes

Doctor Web analysts have detected, within the Android.Xiny family, new species of Trojans designed to download and delete various programs. These Trojans can now infect the processes of system applications and download malicious plug-ins into the programs they have attacked.

13.09

Doctor Web warns about new Trojan for Linux

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are the most common way for cybercriminals to attack network resources. A server under attack receives so many in-coming requests that it cannot cope with the influx and shuts down. Cybercriminals often use special malware for such attacks. One of these programs, dubbed Linux.DDoS.93, was discovered by Doctor Web’s security researchers.

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