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Being Mobile: 7 security resolutions individuals should make in 2015

Jan 30, 2015

Being Mobile: 7 security resolutions individuals should make in 2015

Don't leave your smartphone or tablet unattended in public: It only takes a few seconds for someone to use an open device to collect login information and copy passwords. #Security #Bluetooth #Password #mobile Symantec #Norton by Symantec
LinkedIn Alert: Phishing scam uses security update to steal users credentials

Jan 19, 2015

LinkedIn Alert: Phishing scam uses security update to steal users credentials

The attachment is a copy of the real LinkedIn.com website. However, the websites source has been modified, so if the recipient uses this web page to sign in to their LinkedIn account, their credentials will be sent directly to the attacker. #LinkedIn #Cybercrime #phishing #Symantec #Scam #Scammers #security update
Half of India's mobile phone users vulnerable to cyber-crime

Mar 13, 2013

Half of India's mobile phone users vulnerable to cyber-crime

Fifty percent of the mobile phone users in India do not use mobile security solutions, making them vulnerable to cyber-crime, a recent study by leading cyber security firm Symantec has found. #didyouknow #Mobile phone #Cybercrime #mobile security #Symantec
Bamital botnet How Microsoft, Symantec shut down the global cyber crime ring

Feb 07, 2013

Bamital botnet How Microsoft, Symantec shut down the global cyber crime ring

Software makers Microsoft Corp and Symantec Corp said they disrupted a global cyber crime operation by shutting down servers that controlled hundreds of thousands of PCs without the knowledge of their users. #Microsoft Corporation #Cyber crime #InsecureNet #Symantec #Bamital botnet.
Hackers sought $50,000 from Symantec for antivirus blueprint

Feb 07, 2012

Hackers sought $50,000 from Symantec for antivirus blueprint

Hackers sought $50,000 from US antivirus firm Symantec Corp in return for the stolen blueprints to its flagship products, under what the company says was a sting operation run by an undisclosed law enforcement agency via emails. #Hacking #InsecureNet #Symantec #Norton