Tag Archives: Malware

FBI Prepares to Shut Down DNSChanger Temporary Servers, Infections Remain

Some of a vital organizations still have not removed the DNSChanger Trojan from putrescent computers, notwithstanding a fact a botnet’s command-and-control infrastructure has been underneath a Federal Bureau of Investigation’s control for a past few months. The primary duty of … Continue reading

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Verisign Seeks Authority to Shutdown Domain Names Without Court Order

New registry service seeks to eliminate sites knowingly spreading malware. VeriSign is asking ICANN to approve a new Verisign Anti-Abuse Domain Use Policy. The policy (pdf) would allow VeriSign to run malware scanning of .com, .net, and .name domain names, as … Continue reading

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Few pointers on a site not worth visiting.

Image via Wikipedia One of the great pleasures of being online is discovering new and unexpected sites, but that carries a parallel risk: they can contain useless information, scam solicitations and dangerous drive-by downloads. Here’s some basic guidelines to make … Continue reading

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