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Links 1 through 10 of 37 by Doug Peterson tagged malware

"VirusTotal is a free service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs and facilitates the quick detection of viruses, worms, trojans, and all kinds of malware."

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RT @knolinfos: #Teachers: Microsoft: 25 percent of computers are still vulnerable to viruses and #malware @scoopit http://t.co/zgC4WGvhEp

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Being a selfstanding term now, it stood originally for European Institute for Computer Antivirus Research. 
However, we are now busy in the general IT Security field with a focus on AV and hence we do not refer to the full term anymore.

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"Google has acquired Web-based  URL scanner VirusTotal in what may be an effort to improve browser security.

VirusTotal's service is pretty simple: Just visit the Website and either select a file to scan or paste in a URL. Also available are a Windows desktop application and browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer."

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"Like most security companies world-wide, Emsisoft too has been monitoring and analyzing the spread of malware. Their findings have now been put together nicely in this informative Infographic, which is sure to interest any computer user."

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SophosLabs recently received a intriguing Mac malware sample, variously known as Crisis and Morcut.

We're still digging into the details of the malware itself, but the delivery mechanism is interesting.

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Windows malware slipped past Apple's eye and has been found tucked into software available on the company's iOS App Store.

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Microsoft has discovered a new piece of Mac malware that exploits a three-year-old flaw in old versions of Office for Mac. The company recommends Mac users to keep installed software updated.

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Microsoft has discovered a new piece of Mac malware that exploits a three-year-old flaw in old versions of Office for Mac. The company recommends Mac users to keep installed software updated.

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Microsoft has discovered a new piece of Mac malware that exploits a three-year-old flaw in old versions of Office for Mac. The company recommends Mac users to keep installed software updated.

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