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We recently came across an article that featured an interesting quote from one of our competitors, so I thought I would share it:
It’s a disturbing occurrence that you don’t automatically think of in terms of the repercussions of a malware infestation…And according to this recent Associated Press article, it’s happening more often than you might imagine – innocent computer users unwittingly have pornographic images deposited on their PCs due to a virus, branding them as child abusers.
There's a new Trojan out there that will cause annoying pop-ups and change the desktop background to entice victims to purchase their services. The new desktop background will appear like this:
The makers behind the Winiguard family never give up. They almost release a new clone application on a daily basis, and this time the rogue is named BlockProtector.
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Computer Weekly is now running its second annual IT Blog Awards 2009 contest. The Lavasoft blog has been nominated this year in the “IT Security” category.
We need your help - if we’re among your favorite security blogs, please take a moment to help us out by casting a vote for Lavasoft! Details here.
It’s an exciting day for us here at Lavasoft. And, we think it will be for gamers around the world once they get wind of this news: Lavasoft has just launched a new version of our flagship security software – a spin-off of Ad-Aware that’s aimed specifically at online gamers and entertainment fans, providing protection as you play.
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