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Craigslist Resume Scam Spreads Trojan Virus

Reports of “Craigslist résumé” viruses have skyrocketed in recent months. Some of our clients here at New River Computing have unfortunately fallen victim to this recent outbreak. Thankfully, we’ve been successful at cleaning up the aftermath, but often the remediation process is long and arduous…

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Top 10 Threat Detections for January

GFI’s top 10 threat detection list is compiled from collected scan data of tens of thousands of GFI VIPRE Antivirus customers who are part of GFI’s ThreatNet™ automated threat tracking system. ThreatNet statistics revealed that Trojans continue to be the most pervasive threat, taking half…

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World War III Facebook Scam

If you’ve recently been alerted the sudden outbreak of WWIII, don’t worry. It’s not true. But, you probably now have a computer virus. A fake news page saying “US attacks Iran and Saudi Arabia, the beginning of World War 3” is the latest virus scam…

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