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McAfee warns of scareware plague

McAfee warns of scareware plague

Fake anti-virus scams extracting millions from unwary users.
Mar 10 2010 2:00PM
Warcraft 'plague' offers real-life lessons

Warcraft 'plague' offers real-life lessons

A virus that swept through the virtual reality environment of World of Warcraft has been used to study the possible effects of a pandemic in the real world.
Aug 23 2007 7:37AM
'Highly critical' flaws plague Oracle software

'Highly critical' flaws plague Oracle software

Secunia warns of DoS attacks, security bypass and manipulation of data. A raft of 'highly critical' flaws have been found in several of Oracle's software products.
Jul 20 2007 12:45PM
Malware plague hits 40 percent of firms

Malware plague hits 40 percent of firms

Global security issue not being addressed, says Webroot.
Apr 2 2007 10:21AM
Forgetful staff plague IT help desks

Forgetful staff plague IT help desks

Lost passwords account for 20 percent of calls.
Mar 6 2007 8:22AM
RSS malware plague predicted for 2006

RSS malware plague predicted for 2006

The fast growing popularity of RSS (really simple syndication) means that the technology will pose increasingly significant problems for IT security professionals this year, new research has warned.
Jan 12 2006 11:34AM
Plague of mutant worms targets IM systems

Plague of mutant worms targets IM systems

Instant Messaging (IM) systems are coming under sustained attack from a record number of mutant worms, security watchers have warned.
Nov 18 2005 10:27AM
Worms, internal attacks plague enterprise networks

Worms, internal attacks plague enterprise networks

A large number of companies continue to suffer network attacks caused by internet worms and many experience compromises caused credentialed users, according to a survey released by Mazu Networks.
Feb 10 2005 11:14PM
Plague of viruses, worms, and spam fuel Gulf States security software boom

Plague of viruses, worms, and spam fuel Gulf States security software boom

Fuelled by a plague of viruses and spam, security software spending rose by over a quarter to $52.59 million in the Gulf States in 2003 and is expected to rise 27 per cent during 2004, recent analysis of the Middle Eastern security market has revealed.
Oct 13 2004 12:58PM

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