With the internet became more pervasive into our lives and businesses, one needs to be careful about what neighborhoods your employees' and your own web browser decides to click on next. This article describes links that can lead to malicious websites where financial and personal information is at peril.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Small Businesses Embrace Social Mediums and Pay the Price?
In the effort to be at the cutting edge of technology, marketing, and promoting itself, a company can unwittingly bring security concerns, malware, and risk sharing sensitive data.
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Fake Browser Warning Pages Try to Infect You with Malware
One of the newest tricks of malware is to present fake "warning" pages of different browsers and get you to download their malicious code. The infected webpage detects which of the popular browsers you are using, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome, and presents a warning page that is similar to that browser's actual layout. However the difference is that there are misspellings on the page, and it tries to get you to download software, something that none of the official web browsers would do.