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11-Feb-2011

 

W.Va. Senate targets spyware-aided stalkingThe Packers have beat the Steelers 31-25 to win Super Bowl XLV. More>> CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - A type of stalking that relies on the victim's mobile phone could soon become a crime in West Virginia.

Help Line: Spyware can disable your Task ManagerAfter you've cleaned up an attack on your computer by spyware or a virus, you may have to re-enable the Windows Task Manager or other programs the malware targeted.

Spyware Gangs Merging, Planning 'Supertrojan' MalwareSecurity experts warn that a new "supertrojan" is lurking in the cyber shadows, which may make ordinary viruses seem as harmless as the common cold .

PCQuest : Features : Which Free Anti-virus Software?Which Free Anti-virus Software? Virus, malware, spyware, etc have been around for ages.And with the increase in the number of communicationchannels available for people to collaborate, interact andshare their data, these threats have become even more danger-ous.

Viruses, Spyware, and Malware: What's the Difference?What we call antivirus software protects you against many different kinds of malicious programs. Actual computer viruses are just one type.

W.Va. Senate targets spyware-aided stalkingThe Associated Press The Associated Press CHARLESTON, W.Va. A type of stalking that relies on the victim's mobile phone could soon become a crime in West Virginia. The state Senate unanimously passed a bill to the House on Monday that targets anyone who secretly puts spying software on someone else's mobile phone or device. These programs allow the spy to eavesdrop on phone calls, monitor text ...

Spyware Prevention 101 -Spyware Information Every Consumer Should KnowSpyware goes by many names, including adware, malware, crimeware, scumware and snoopware, but no matter what you call it, its purpose is still the same: to creep into your computer files and send hackers your personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.

W.Va. Senate targets spyware-aided stalkingA type of stalking that relies on the victim's mobile phone could soon become a crime in West Virginia. The state Senate unanimously passed a bill to the House on Monday that targets anyone who secretly puts spying software on someone else's mobile phone or device.

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