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Can you tell the difference between exɑmple and example?

Google adds non-Latin support to Gmail, and we explain why characters matter when it comes to protecting yourself from spam, phishing and other attacks.

El tamaño SÍ importa: construyendo una contraseña larga y segura

A propósito de la Semana de la Seguridad Informática, una de las quejas más recurrentes de los usuarios acerca del manejo de las contraseñas, es cómo lograr una combinación lo suficientemente robusta que sea fácil de recordar. Apoyados en las matemáticas, encontramos que si utilizamos una combinación de caracteres lo bastante larga obtendremos una contraseña

Más de 2,6 millones de usuarios en una sola lista de scam

La semana pasada recibimos de nuestro distribuidor StartLabs en Perú una campaña de scam que busca robar las contraseñas de acceso al correo electrónico. A continuación describimos de qué se trata esta campaña y algunas particularidades con respecto a la propagación de este tipo de campañas. Durante esta semana ya publicamos una campaña de phishing

Yahoo!: Posible nueva brecha de seguridad en la red

Nuevo supuesto ataque podría involucrar a una gran empresa del Valle del Silicio en una fuga de información de centenas de miles de contraseñas de sus usuarios. En los últimos meses se habían presentado eventos similares con algunas redes sociales, pero esta vez el supuesto afectado fue el servicio de Yahoo! para agregar contenido publicado

Google's data mining bonanza and your privacy: an infographic

Do you use Google? These days the question sounds almost absurd. If you use the Internet, or an iPhone, or an Android phone, or a Kindle or an iPad, then of course you use Google in some shape or form. And if you take a keen interest in how your personal information is used, you

La concientización ayuda a la seguridad

La seguridad informática es una temática que está teniendo una muy grande repercusión, más que nada en un equipo conectado a Internet, que es el foco principal de propagación de malware. Para esto se han generado distintas políticas de seguridad, como por ejemplo la navegación con el protocolo HTTPS, para navegar en sitios que contengan

Google: Single Sign-On, Single Point of Failure?

Spoof or SPOF? IT Security reportage veteran John Markoff reports in the New York Times that the attack on Google's intellectual property reported in January was even more interesting (and disquieting) than most of us realized. According to an unnamed source, some of the information stolen related to the company's password system, Gaia. Gaia is a

Gmail spam: an inside job?

Aleksandr Matrosov, Senior Virus Researcher at ESET Russia, has brought to our attention an avalanche of reports of hacked Gmail accounts. While the exact nature of the hack isn't confirmed, it appears that spammers were able to access the victim's address books in order to send junk mail from the compromised accounts to their owner's

April 1st: Your Questions Answered

We're not really set up to use the ThreatBlog as a full strength Questions and Answers resource, but we got so many questions after my blog yesterday about April 1st hoaxes that I feel obliged to try to answer some of them. There is no truth in the rumour that the eCity of San Diego

“Londoning”: Mugs and Muggings Revisited

Last summer (June 2009), I posted about an example of a very common scam that relies on the scammer gaining access to someone else's email or Facebook account, then sending messages to all their contacts claiming that they've been mugged while abroad on business or vacation, and need their friends to send them some money

Is Gmail Spyware?

Perhaps you have seen the recent buzz around Google Buzz. The fact is that Google has decided that anything it knows about you it is free to share with the world at its discretion and not only do you not need to be told, but if you say no they will say yes for you.

Webmail Hacks

Recently there were reports of tens of thousands of hotmail passwords being posted on the web. In reality Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo mail, and all email services are regularly being phished. If you receive an email telling you to provide your password it is a phish. That is as simple as it gets. Never give out

TinyURL: the Tiny Terror

The Register today ran a story about the phishing attack spread by the Google Talk instant messaging system, which uses TinyURL to conceal the real name of the link. John Leyden’s story (quoting Graham Cluley at some length) makes several good points about reducing your exposure to the threat, and Graham’s blog makes some more.

Bloqueo de GMail a los correos de CNN y MSNBC

Luego de la inundación de correos masivos de CNN y ahora de MSNBC (que son los mismos correos con distinto asunto), GMail ha comenzado a modificar estos correos eliminando los enlaces de los mismos para que los usuarios desprevenidos no hagan clic e ingresen al sitio dañino. Los correos se ven de la siguiente forma:

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