Web 2.0 Programs Sharply Increase Trojan Attacks
Internet attacks based on various security-related threats are increasingly motivated with financial gains and the introduction of Web 2.0 has resulted in a steep rise in Trojan and other malware attacks, say researchers at Panda Security, as reported by ITWeb on May 13, 2008.
Joao Matos, Regional Director, Panda Security, thinks targeted attacks are witnessing a composite growth. One of the explanations offered is that cyber criminals have realized the possibility of low physical risks in stealing information from a user via the Internet, as reported by MSN on May 15, 2008.
Nevertheless, these miscreants are also attacking institutions and specific group of people by following their online behavior and establishing the best method to pounce on them. In addition, bots and <...
» SPAMfighter News - 21-05-2008
We are happy to see you are reading our IT Security News.
To reward your interest, we would like to offer you any of our award-winning products
at the price $19.95. Pick your own favorites.