"spyware" - Google News
Swedish Police Given Green Light For Spyware CPO Magazine
Death by Spyware: How Surveillance Tech Is Helping Governments Stifle Dissent - World Politics Review
Death by Spyware: How Surveillance Tech Is Helping Governments Stifle Dissent World Politics Review
CPJ Safety Advisory: Journalist targets of Pegasus spyware CPJ Press Freedom Online
The Week in Tech: WhatsAppâ€™s Spyware Fight Is at Least Good P.R. The New York Times
Spyware for Sale The Cipher Brief
Whatever You Think of Facebook, the NSO Group Is Worse The New York Times
Israeli spyware targeted Americans The Electronic Intifada
Three NGOs and a digital rights platform from Germany this month filed a criminal lawsuit against FinFisher, a German company that develops and markets the spyware called FinSpy, for illegally exporting their software to Turkey. - Ahval
Three NGOs and a digital rights platform from Germany this month filed a criminal lawsuit against FinFisher, a German company that develops and markets the spyware called FinSpy, for illegally exporting their software to Turkey. Ahval
Tibetans too under spyware radar Economic Times
WhatsApp Files Lawsuit Against Israeli Company After Spyware Discovered On Users Phones - The Ring of Fire Network - The Ring of Fire Network
WhatsApp Files Lawsuit Against Israeli Company After Spyware Discovered On Users Phones - The Ring of Fire Network The Ring of Fire Network
The Washington Postâ€™s New Columnist Consults for Spyware Firm That Helps Saudi Arabia Surveil Journalists - VICE
The Washington Postâ€™s New Columnist Consults for Spyware Firm That Helps Saudi Arabia Surveil Journalists VICE
WhatsApp Users Phones Infected With Israeli Spyware & The President's Crackdown On Cartel Gangs - The Ring of Fire Network - The Ring of Fire Network
WhatsApp Users Phones Infected With Israeli Spyware & The President's Crackdown On Cartel Gangs - The Ring of Fire Network The Ring of Fire Network
A Market Grows In Africa For Weaponized Spyware Aimed At Activists charlestonchronicle.net
Journalists Targeted by Pegasus Spyware Havana Times
Spyware row: WhatsApp downloads in India down by a staggering 80% Business Standard
WhatsApp spyware row: Shifting to Telegram, Signal wonâ€™t necessarily shield your chats from hackers - Hindustan Times
WhatsApp spyware row: Shifting to Telegram, Signal wonâ€™t necessarily shield your chats from hackers Hindustan Times
Authentic List Of Top 5 Websites With Software! Brooklyn Reader
Researchers find massive spyware invasion on Google Play ConsumerAffairs
Police chief refuses to tell Parliament about secret spyware with potential to target Aussie smartphones - ABC News
Police chief refuses to tell Parliament about secret spyware with potential to target Aussie smartphones ABC News
WhatsApp breach: NSO meet police commissioners to sell spyware, says TMC's Mahua Moitra - Moneycontrol.com
WhatsApp breach: NSO meet police commissioners to sell spyware, says TMC's Mahua Moitra Moneycontrol.com
Q&A: Moroccan press freedom advocate and NSO Group spyware target Maati Monjib - CPJ Press Freedom Online
Q&A: Moroccan press freedom advocate and NSO Group spyware target Maati Monjib CPJ Press Freedom Online
Mexican President Says His Government Does Not Use Pegasus Spyware The New York Times
Educational spyware company to school boards: hire us to spy on your kids and we'll help you sabotage teachers' strikes - Boing Boing
Educational spyware company to school boards: hire us to spy on your kids and we'll help you sabotage teachers' strikes Boing Boing
Frames per Second: Defending democracy Business Standard
Pegasus spyware: Gross rights violation, says Priyanka Deccan Herald
Rahul Gandhi Attacks Govt After WhatsApp Confirms Spyware Used to Snoop on Journalists, Activists - News18
Rahul Gandhi Attacks Govt After WhatsApp Confirms Spyware Used to Snoop on Journalists, Activists News18
News18 Wrap: Israeli Spyware Used to Spy on Indian Journos, Raghuram Rajan's Attack & Other Stories Y... - News18
News18 Wrap: Israeli Spyware Used to Spy on Indian Journos, Raghuram Rajan's Attack & Other Stories Y... News18
House Reauthorizes SAFE WEB Act Multichannel News
Pegasus mess India Legal
How Saudi Arabia uses big tech to spy on dissidents Business Insider
Pegasus spyware infected 45 countries between 2016 and 2018, targeted eight Indian telcos, shows Citizen... - Firstpost
Pegasus spyware infected 45 countries between 2016 and 2018, targeted eight Indian telcos, shows Citizen... Firstpost
Hacking fears: Before Pegasus, there was Galileo Telegraph India
UK Government Brexit App Riddled with Flaws Infosecurity Magazine
Israeli spyware snoops whatsapp of activists, scribes Deccan Herald
Facebook removed 5.4 billion fake accounts this year South China Morning Post
Security compromised The Hindu
How to get rid of spyware forever TechRadar
Installing trouble THE WEEK
Tech, a risk THE WEEK
Websites infected iPhones with spyware Los Angeles Times
Standing Committee on IT to take up WhatsApp-Pegasus issue, Kudankulam in Nov 20 meeting - MediaNama.com
Standing Committee on IT to take up WhatsApp-Pegasus issue, Kudankulam in Nov 20 meeting MediaNama.com
Spyware sneaks into 'million-ish' Asus PCs via poisoned software updates, says Kaspersky - The Register
Spyware sneaks into 'million-ish' Asus PCs via poisoned software updates, says Kaspersky The Register
Omar Abdulaziz: Twitter 'only free platform' for many Saudis Business Insider
Facebook's Entry in Fintech Through Facebook Pay Entrepreneur
Government is answerable THE WEEK
Telegram, Signal won't shield your chats from hackers The New Indian Express
Spyware: What It Is and How to Combat It
Spyware is software or hardware installed on a computer without the users knowledge which gathers information about that user for later retrieval by whomever controls the spyware.
Protect Your System From the Internet Evils
Ads, Spyware and Popups: the Internet is an aggressively commercial place. Internet marketing is hugely profitable; owners of frequently visited websites can make a reasonable living just off a few banner ads placed on their site. Software was quickly developed that would attempt to block these ads from loading and being displayed leaving the Internet free from irritants so the user could just view the information that they were after. Not surprisingly the Internet fought back with ads becoming more and more tricky in their execution.
Are You Well Protected
Winter…the official start of the cold and flu season. Though, technically speaking, things got started a little early. Close to a million computers, mostly home PC users, have been infected.
Is Your Web Browser Putting You At Risk
Its free, it comes with Windows and its used by approximately 94% of the Internet population. It also poses an unacceptable security risk. What am I talking about If you guessed Internet Explorer, youre right on the money. So, is your web browser putting you at risk If youre one of the 94% using Internet Explorer, the answer is a definite *yes*. By my math, quite a few people require critical information for protection.
Advertising is a necessary irritant in the world today. You cant drive down the street without coming across an ad, either a billboard suspended over a road or a large poster plastered down the side of a bus. If you walk into a shopping centre it doesnt matter where you look, you see an advertisement of some kind. Even the tables in the food court now have ads embedded in them, and on my last trip to Melbourne I noticed that they were starting to embed flat screen TVs into the tables to deliver the full commercial experience to your meal. If you jump on the Internet you have to contend with pop-ups and banner ads, with some advertising agents being ruthless enough to write malicious code that embeds the ad into your computer so that you still receive the pop-ups even when youre not at the original site.
Your Computer May Be Infected. Heres How To Check.. NOT about virus
NOTE: Please take time to read on - it may be vital for your PCs security. If you are not in the mood, just save it or print it out for later reference.
With the advent of Service Pack 2 for Windows XP operating system, Microsoft have really made the forums hum.
What Does The Year Of The Rooster Have In Store For The Digital World
Roosters are supposedly deep thinkers—capable of handling any challenge, they are outspoken, aggressive, talented, and courageous.
Why Use Antivirus Software
This is a really simple question to answer – you need to use antivirus software to protect your own computer, and to prevent your computer from being used to pass on infections to other machines without your knowledge. If you use the internet and you don’t take precautions, you’re going to get infected. And you’ll infect others, including those you care about most like your friends, family, and business contacts because their information is in your email address book and other files on your computer.
How to Protect your PC from Spyware in the Cyber Age.
Wouldnt you be shocked to find that your personal sensitive information, like files, credit card information, operating system / software and other non-disclosed data to be penetrated by unscrupulous prying eyes Even worse...
Watch Out For Spyware Programs That Slows Down Your Computer System
Spyware is a program that once loaded on your computer unknowingly collects information from your PC and sends it to another party. The most dangerous types of Spyware programs copies personal information that you would not share with anyone such as passwords, files and credit card numbers.
The Dark Side of P2P File Sharing
P2P file sharing programs are free. Period. But there are P2P scam sites out there that want you to pay them instead. P2P scam sites are rogue companies that have set up shop to fleece unsuspecting music downloaders looking for file sharing programs by charging a fee for an otherwise free service.
Rid Your Computer of ITD - Internet Transmitted Diseases
Spyware or malware has become very prolific in the past year but there are some things you can do to limit your infection by it.
More Cool Web Tricks
If you ask most people what frustrates them most about the Internet, many of them will tell you "Its the little things!"
Spy Scanners – Don’t Compromise your Privacy
Spies, spyware, internet parasites are among what they are usually called. These are scouts that monitor your web activities. The work undercover to check on your surfing patterns, spending habits, items bought, they extract email addresses, hijack browsers, steal credit card information. These are just some of the things a spyware is capable of.
Free Program Removes Spyware not Detected by Premium Security Scan
What is Spyware
Explore the Internet in a Whole New Way
For a long time now Microsofts Internet Explorer has ruled as King of Internet browsers. Like most of Microsofts products an initially brutal marketing campaign pushed Internet Explorer into the mainstreams consciousness and from then on it was the logical, default choice. Its free with the operating system, works well, loads any page and is easy to use. Other web browsers soon faded into obscurity and sometimes even died in the shadow of the new king of the pack. Netscape Navigator, the former King of the browsers, has now ceased commercial operations and has been taken over by the fan base. Opera is fading into obscurity and Mozilla was facing a similar fate, until recently.
The Dangers of Peer-to-Peer Systems
Peer-to-Peer P2P systems do not operate on secure lines, thus providing a conduit for hackers to enter a network or computer, access personal and confidential information, as well as deploy viruses or worms. Users of P2P systems are prime targets and/or launching points for malicious hacker attacks simply because it requires downloading and sharing electronic files or programs, not to mention usage on publicly open and interpretable industry standard protocols and industry standard codec.
Spyware - The Internet Devil Of Our Times!
Spyware and Adware infest over 90 percent of computers in use today. Internet linked computers has made it easy for spybots, adware, and trojans to infiltrate and compromise online privacy. Installed toolbars can also contribute to browser hijacking and spyware related problems.
How To Stop Spyware From Infecting Your System
Spyware is becoming more and more of a problem. When I visit a cusomters site and inspect the computers I always find some kind of spyware on the system. I know that many people have been unaware of spyware, but hopefully now that the word is spreading that people will be more aware of the problem and setup a good defense. I get a get calls or questions to the effect of "Why is my computer running so slow I just bought the computer recently". Most of the time this is because of spyware. Spyware programs will load on boot up and take up your computer memory that will reduce your performance. I will go over my typical setup to prevent and battle spyware. This system works if all of the current spyware has been removed properly. I will leave that to another article.
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