spyware News Archive

23-Feb-2011

 

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 .

Advanced Spyware Remover 2.0Strumento per il rilevamento e la rimozione di processi spyware che hanno infettato il sistema Advanced spyware Remover un software che permette di analizzare il computer personale alla ricerca di eventuali spyware che potrebbero inviare informazioni personali dal PC alla rete all'insaputa dell'utente. Grazie all'utilizzo di questo... Autore: Antonio Lombardi Tipo risorsa: software per Windows ...

W.Va. Senate targets spyware-aided stalkingCHARLESTON, W.Va. - A type of stalking that relies on the victims 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 e...

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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.

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.

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