spyware News Archive

01-Dec-2011

 

McCann E-Investigations Publishes Case on Electronic Digital WiretappingMcCann E-Investigations works with clients in cases involving ex or soon to be ex-spouses and the bugging of computers and smart phones. McCann uses computer forensics techniques to determine if spyware has been installed.Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 22, 2011 McCann E-Investigations, a Texas-based computer forensics and private investigative firm recently published a recent case on electronic ...

UK has no idea if it's selling spyware to evil regimesAnd that's how we like it, thanks, says gov The UK government says it isn't exercising any control over the sale of surveillance software nor stopping it from finding its way into the hands of repressive regimes.?

Mobile Spyware Raises Ethical, Legal QuestionsIn 2003, Atir Raihan began work on a product that has gone on to gain infamy in the world's security industry. His idea: to build a spyware program for mobile...

Apple took years to fix iTunes spyware vulnerabilityApple took more than three years to fix a hole in its iTunes updater that allowed the software to be used as a...

Could iTunes Be Used To Spy On You?British firm Gamma International was found hawking spyware to foreign intelligence services that installed onto users' computers via an iTunes security hole. The breach has been fixed, but documents indicate that the exploit was used to snoop on the email, Skype, and social media activities of users worldwide. Democracy and free speech activists worldwide have something new to worry about ...

PC Tools Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus 9.0Spyware Doctor took its time cleaning up my infested test systems, but it did a good job in the end. Malware blocking is also good, and its phishing protection is above average. However, the independent test labs give it poor marks.

Obama Invokes Cold-War Powers to Unmask Chinese Telecom SpywareThe U.S. is invoking Cold War-era national-security powers to force telecommunication companies including AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. to divulge confidential information about their networks in a hunt for Chinese cyber-spying.

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