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New Autorun Worms Spiking

There is a big hike in the volume of autorun malware hitting some countries because of some new worms infecting
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Dorkbot Spreads via Facebook Chat

There is a new variant of the Dorkbot worm designed to spread from one computer to the other by abusing
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Malware on Oil Rigs

Malicious software downloaded by offshore oil workers incapacitated computer networks on some rigs and platforms, exposing gaps in security. Some
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Malware Spreads through Skype

There is a new version of the Shylock malware spreading through Skype and is playing off the fact Microsoft is
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Control System Malware Alert

USB drives are a great tool to help automation professional do their jobs, however, they can also be a malware
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Service to Secure Personal Devices

Cisco Systems wants to make sure mobile devices get secure, so it is expanding its services to enable companies to
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Microsoft: Users Share Infection Responsibility

Almost half the time (45 percent), computers suffer from self-inflicted wounds as users infect their computers by launching malicious software
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Stuxnet Report IV: Worm Slithers In

EDITOR’S NOTE: The stage is now set for Stuxnet to infiltrate an industrial control system. Go back in time before
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How to Restrict a LAN Stuxnet Hit

As investigations into Stuxnet continue throughout the industry, one of the three pathways the worm uses to infect other computers
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Security Alert: Flash Drives a Fierce Threat

Flash memory infiltrates behind corporate firewalls and connects to the enterprise every day. That threat has been almost invisible for
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