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ZDNet – 09/30/2010

Hacker group promises more attacks until it ‘stops being angry’

“Anonymous, the online collective engaged in a global cyber-war with the pro-copyright industry, has said it will not end its attacks until it stops being angry at its enemies.”

The Wall Street Journal – 09/27/2010

The Winners, Category by Category

“This year the Innovation Awards judges chose winners in 17 categories. Here’s a look at the winning entries.”

USA Today – 09/22/2010

Free anti-virus protection spurs more robust options

“With cyberattacks saturating the Internet, a dramatic shift is underway in the $7 billion-a-year anti-virus industry — and it’s all good news for consumers.”

PC Advisor – 09/16/2010

Allowing social network use increases malware risk in firms

“A third of firms have suffered from malware or a virus infection as a result of staff using social media websites, says Panda Security.”

eWeek – 09/13/2010

YouTube Video Claims Here You Have Worm Targeted U.S.

“A person claiming to be the hacker behind the “Here you have” worm posted a YouTube video Sept. 12 defending his or her actions.”

PC World – 09/11/2010

Hackers Create 57,000 Malicious Pages Each Week

“Hackers create 57,000 new web pages every week in a bid to infect web users with malicious software, says PandaLabs.”

The Register – 09/09/2010

Google Instant a potential bonanza for search scams

“Security watchers are concerned that scareware scammers may quickly adapt to the introduction of real-time search technology from Google to develop even more potent search engine poisoning attacks.”

CNET – 09/02/2010

Nigerian scam tops list of decade’s online cons

“We’ve all received e-mails from deposed Nigerian princes asking for help in getting lots of money out of their country. But that’s just one of several scams that made Panda Security’s list of the most frequent online cons of a decade.”

USA Today – 08/27/2010

Consumers, small businesses feeling brunt of cyberattacks

“Consumers and small-business owners are beginning to gain a deeper appreciation about how risky the Internet has become, according to two new surveys.”

PC Advisor – 08/27/2010

One in four worms spread through USB devices

“Security firm Panda says 25 percent of all new worms are designed to spread through portable storage devices such as USB drives.”

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