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FBI pushes for broader Internet surveillance

September 24, 2012

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It has always been a game of cat and mouse, hide and seek – the white hats verses the black hats. For as long as I can remember, and I’ve been involved in technology since 1980, even before the IBM XT computer debut in 1983 – people, hackers really, have been trying to access data […]

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Let the hacking begin…

July 5, 2012

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OK – maybe not hacking yet, but certainly mayhem. This coming July 9, 2012 marks yet another memorable date for the DNSChanger malware virus. Users have until next Monday (July 9 2012) to update and run their anti-virus and anti-malware programs to remove the DNSChanger malware. This will affect PC and MAC computers alike. The good […]

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A major Trojan Horse is lurking – coming soon to a computer near you

February 23, 2012

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Many of you may have heard about the Trojan horse called “DNSChanger” which is set to activate on March 9th. Hopefully – you have already taken action to remove it. The good news is the FBI has already shut the people behind this down and seized their servers, the bad news is when the FBI […]

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