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The Cryptoware locker is a new Trojan which encrypts your data and demands money in return for the decryption key. Is the new threat similar to the earlier discovered ransomware, GPcode? Have the efforts to crack the Cryptolocker code been successful yet? Why is it has been so difficult to crack the code yet?

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What is the Stuxnet virus? The Stuxnet attack has been known to be one of the worst attacks in computer history and is known to have caused extensive damage. How did the Virus work?Which industries did the virus target and what was the consequence of its attack? How does the virus infect its victims?

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Backoff is the name of the malware that had hit retail chains like Target in the holiday season last year. Recent reports suggest the virus is back in action. What is the mode of operation of this software? How does it manifest itself in its victims? Is there a way this virus can be detected?

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The ROM virus is believed to be a new and improved version of the malware Backoff which had hit major retail giants last year and is said to have affected over 1000 US businesses. How does ROM infect its victims? How is it different from the earlier Backoff Virus versions that have been detected?

 

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Xsser mRAT is a mobile Trojan that has recently been in news due to its threat to Android and iOS devices.What is a remote access Trojan(RAT)? Xsser mRAT infects iOS devices that are jailbroken. What does this statement mean? Could my mobile iOS device be under threat from this Trojan? How could I know if it was targeted?

 

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Backoff is the name of the malware that had hit retail chains like Target in the holiday season last year. Recent reports suggest the virus is back in action. What is the mode of operation of this software? How does it manifest itself in its victims? Is there a way this virus can be detected?

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How could Social Media be the next frontier for threat for IT security professionals and the companies they protect? How big is the threat posed by issues like unauthorized social media accounts, account hijacking and content threat etc? Does it make sense to pay to protect my company’s image in the social media ?

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Neverquest is a banking malware that facilitates the stealing of financial data. The malware follows the CaaS business model. What are the implications of this? How does Neverquest malware spread to new victims? What is the effect of a Neverquest infection on a target and how does it affect his banking transactions?  

 

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What is the Inception Virus? Is there a connection between the virus and the 2010 movie? How does it target its victims? How is the software delivered to its victims? According to reports the virus has been reportedly targeting government agencies. Does this mean that ordinary citizens are not at risk from this one?

 

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Hello everyone, lets skip the greetings. For last three days my personal computer has attacked by TROJAN_REGIN.SM malware. Before the attack I was using Avast 2014 anti-virus. The anti-virus couldn't fight the virus. So I had to change the anti-virus, now I have installed McAfee Antivirus with latest definitions. Unfortunately it fails too. Any solution ?

 
 
 
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