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Fake email (PCN) Parking Charge Notice from Havering London Borough

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new malware distribution campaign by email with the notification of a parking chare note from Havering London Borough… 332 palabras más

Virus

Trojan MAGNUM Thin Lubricated: 36-Pack of Condoms

NOW! THIN- for increased sensitivity. The Trojan Magnum is larger than standard size for extra comfort Magnum Condoms are tapered at the base for a secure fit Trojan Magnums are Lubricated for comfort and sensitivity Trojan Magnum Condoms have a special reservoir end for extra safety The Trojan Magnum is made from premium quality latex to help reduce the risk Individually electronically tested to help ensure reliability
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Trojan Stimulations Ultra Ribbed Lubricated Latex Condoms-36 ct

Ultra-ribbed condoms designed to increase stimulation Made from premium quality latex; equipped with a special reservoir end to reduce risk Silky-smooth lubricant for comfort and sensitivity; transparent look to add to the sensory experience Each condom electronically tested to help ensure reliability Please read all label information on delivery
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Malware

Malware is a software that the user or administrator did not authorize or want on the computer. These malwares are designed to damage, disrupt or gain access to the system. 59 palabras más

Cybersecurity

Uninstall Hacktool.BruteDorce.BP Virus Completely

My computer is infected with Hacktool.BruteDorce.BP virus. I cannot get MSE to remove it and the computer is coming up with message, Windows has encountered a critical problem and will restart automatically in 1 minute. 815 palabras más

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'Trump Victory' malware targets Mac users

”Here’s how the malware works. According to Objective-See, the blog where Synack security researcher Patrick Wardle analyzes macOS malware,” Marshall Honorof reports for Tom’s Guide. “Mac users get an email. 203 palabras más

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Mac malware, possibly made in Iran, targets US defense industry

”Just because you’re using a Mac doesn’t mean you’re safe from hackers,” Michael Kan reports for IDG News Service. “That’s what two security researchers are warning, after finding a Mac-based malware that may be an attempt by Iranian hackers to target the U.S. 291 palabras más

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