Cyren Security Blog

Symantec false positives cripple thousands of Chinese PCs

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Virus signature update mistakes critical Windows files for malware. “It’s a terrible day for lots of Chinese users (especially Enterprise Users) who …

Embedded image spam losing its luster?

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We reported last month in the Commtouch Q1 2007 Spam Trends Report that a new kind of spam had appeared that links to a hosted image rather that …

Mikko Hyponnen Interview

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F-Secure is one of the leading companies devoted to the study and prevention of computer viruses, spam, and other types of malware. Mikko Hypponen, …

Beware, you gamers!

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In our era of gadgets and the Internet, online gaming is a popular feature of game systems like Sony PS2 and PS3, Microsoft Xbox, or Nintendo Wii. …

InfoSec Europe: Live from London

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Our EMEA constituency is dedicating this week to working the floor of the prestigious InfoSec Europe exhibition being held this week in London. Yael …

Anti-Spam Coalition formed

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ICSA Labs, a division of CyberTrust, announced the formation of the Anti-Spam Product Developers’ Consortium on April 11, 2007. Among the coalition …