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How I Protect my Devices and Computer from Internet Threats


How I Protect my Devices and Computer from Internet Threats

By Naota

Date: 4/18/2012

Devices: iPod Touch, Windows 7 Desktop, Windows 7 Laptop, Nokia Lumia 900


Remember back when it was safe to browse the internet? Neither do I. I do however, remember a time when it was only PCs that needed protection. These days, even mobile devices need all the security they can get. In fact, I am starting to wonder if I need security for my new Smart TV! It is time for Security 101.

AreYouAHuman Captcha – Cracked Already


For those of you unfamiliar with AreYouAHuman’s CAPTCHA — it replaces those annoying text-based CAPTCHAs where you try to rewrite the blurry / pixelated CAPTCHA text into a box. Instead, you play a game (such as drag all food into a refrigerator). This is a nice alternative that is way less frustrating. Is it more secure though? Nope. It’s been cracked already. See the below video for more information!

Check out Cracking the AreYouAHuman Captcha for more information!

This proof of concept shows that bots can take advantage easily if they ever encounter this protection (good for spammers, bad for normal people).

Apple Malware Infection Rates Rapidly Increasing


You thought you were safe Mac Users? You thought wrong! Malware rates have been increasing at a dramatic rate. This has been unprescented in the Mac World. Hide your iPod, hide your iPhone and hide your Mac Book because they are infecting everyone in here!
Steve Jobs

According to many Apple Store Employees, there has been a dramatic influx in malware infections on the Mac OSX Systems. Users have been getting tricked into installing “Mac Defender” and “Mac Security” when in fact these programs are malware under the guise of being helpful. Windows users are already well aware of these “tricks”, but this is very new in the OSX World.

The unfortunate part about this problem, is that it is not covered in Apple Care, though most employees will still be willing to help sort out your problem… for now at least. According to ZNET, Apple Employees have been told to not confirm or deny the fact that there is now Malware. They have been instructed to stay away from removing the malware and to guide users to purchase antivirus software. You can find the full leaked email by clicking the photo below.

The WikiLeaks Data Bunker


In the fallout over the second massive WikiLeaks document dump of classified US State Department cables, a DDoS attack forced the whistleblowing site off its original host (PRG) and then political pressure from the US government forced it off its second (, whodathunk). Where to now?

Free Full Version License Key for Ashampoo Anti-Malware


Ashampoo is giving out free license keys for the full version of Ashampoo Anti-Malware. You can acquire the license key for the free full version of Ashampoo Anti-Malware here, and download it there as well.


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