PC World summarized a Kaspersky Lab’s study that noted: Spam volumes took a usual seasonal drop in August, but phishing spiked, including a noticeable interest in hijacking Apple accounts. This article may be viewed at: www.pcworld.com/article/2049287/apple-is-a-tempting-phishing-target-for-scammers.html#tk.rss_all Of particular note was the resurgence of some old malware which infects your email contact list. Phishing attacks continued… Continue reading Phishing Attacks August 2013
So, what’s the best Internet Security product for your PC? There’s no “one size fits all” answer. Perhaps your new PC included a bundled anti-virus program and you’re wondering whether to activate and use it or get another one (after uninstalling the current program). Perhaps the subscription for your current anti-virus product expired and you’re… Continue reading Best PC Internet Security Product?
This MacWorld article “What you need to know about the Flashback trojan” provides an overview of this malware and the associated risk. Flashback is the name for a malicious software program discovered in September 2011 that tried to trick users into installing it by masquerading as an installer for Adobe Flash. Cnet’s MacFixIt followed up… Continue reading Mac Flashback Malware
In order to provide expanded and enhanced customer support, DigiVideoPlus.com now offers WordPress-based blogging for customers, as a free “goodie” on any fully-hosted domain. WordPress is free, open source weblog software based on PHP and MySQL. “Mere mortals” can post and comment on site articles — no Web programming skill is required. For more information… Continue reading Press Release – Redondo Beach CA USA – 12/5/2004