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Attention Ad-Aware users: we have news for you! We’re going to be rolling out two exciting new changes in the upcoming July Ad-Aware release –
1. Anti-virus is soon to be included in Ad-Aware Free
2. An all-new Ad-Aware product is on the way
Do we share too much private information online? Is what we share – both deliberately and inadvertently – and what we click putting our privacy and security at risk?
Some call it football. Others call it soccer. No matter what you term the game, the effects of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the most widely-viewed sporting event across the globe, can be seen all around the world – and around the Web – after the kickoff this past Friday.
Here’s one to watch out for: The U.S. FTC is warning consumers and businesses to be aware of scams stemming from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The scams are likely to come in the form of real world (including phone calls, door-to-door collections, and flyers) as well as online dangers (including e-mail, websites, and social networking sites).
In its monthly advance notification, Microsoft told us that it planned to release a gigantic Patch Tuesday this week.
The June 2010 security updates, now here, are the largest patch push for Microsoft so far this year, with 10 bulletins – fixing 34 vulnerabilities, including critical flaws in DirectShow and the Internet Explorer browser.
The FIFA World Cup, known to be the world’s most widely-viewed sporting event, begins this week, on June 11.
A growing trend seen by online security experts is for scammers to take advantage of the latest breaking news and major worldwide events to distribute malware and con potential victims. And, unfortunately, the World Cup is a prime opportunity for cyber criminals to do just that.
How can you avoid becoming the latest victim?
Malware distributors often hijack current events to serve malware and with the FIFA World Cup almost upon us (come on Northern Ireland!! Oh.. wait..) a deluge of booby trapped sites appearing in search engine results is inevitable.
As reported by swedishwire.com, three men - from the US and Sweden - responsible for spreading infamous scareware such as "Errorsafe" and "Drivecleaner" may be facing hard penalties for their fraudulent activities. They operated via a Ukraine-based company called "Innovative Marketing" located in Kiev. The fraud scheme of the perpetrators was based on tricking gullible users into believing that their computers were heavily infected.
We’re pleased to announce that a new version of Ad-Aware Business Edition is now available – providing powerful, centrally managed endpoint malware protection to businesses of all shapes and sizes (from small companies with 25 workstations up to large enterprises with over 100,000 client machines.)
What will you find in the new version? Ad-Aware Business Edition includes: advanced, real-time online protection against viruses, spyware, rootkits, and blended malware, the layered protection of Genotype detection technology and behavior-based heuristical detection to find and block unknown and emerging attacks, centralized, flexible client management allowing the IT admin to manage policies and tasks, and easy installation and deployment of new clients – including the option to use standard Windows Active Directory.
To learn more, read the official news release or visit the Ad-Aware Business Edition product page on the Lavasoft website.