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Unnamed App Facebook Scam

[Update: There's been quite a lot of discussion and extra information coming in on this. It seems to me that there is at least one unnamed app around as well as the Boxes issue, and while I've no reason to assume that it's malicious, I'd hardly advise that you rush into installing an application when

Rogue Anti-Malware Exploiting Athens Fire

Cristian Borghello, Technical and Education Manager at ESET Latin America, tells us that they’ve noted quite a few sites that pretend to provide information on the fire crisis in Athens, Greece, but actually download malware onto the user’s PC. (Mistakes in translation are down to DH!) The criminals are using Black Hat SEO (Search Engine

Lies, Damned Lies, and SPYzooka

Update. August 5th 1:30 PM PDT.  I received an email from Mr. Carl Haugen, the president of BluePenguin Software who develop SPYzooka. According to Mr. Haugen the offending post was made by a former employee and has now been removed. I have verified that the post was removed. This is an encouraging sign. I will

Blog Spam? No Comment….

I’d like to say thanks to Sean, who commented on my first blog on Orbasoft blog spam (don’t miss the later blog!) as follows: "These people are still not telling the truth. This software has been tested several times in the last few days and has been verified as a Rogue. It is on average detecting

Anti-Antimalware: Faking It, Not Really Making It

Update: a quick tip of the hat to Steven, who sent us a URL for a somewhat related blog about problematic premium text services. Speaking of the 2008 report, here’s another extract, this time about fake antimalware. "We expect to see increasing volume and sophistication in criminal attempts to extort money from end users in

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