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Not everyone is able to simply upgrade their system from Windows XP
We understand that, and we have some recommendations on how you can keep those systems relatively safe, until upgrading (or replacement) IS possible.
Can't yet upgrade from XP? Recommendations are being made by Gartner and others for staying (relatively) safe.
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If you haven't heard about this by now, you should definitely look into it. "It’s worth remembering that some embedded devices also use OpenSSL: it isn’t just a server issue." - David Harley (ESET Senior Research Fellow)
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Graham Cluley pleads with those tech-savvy computer users amongst us to lend a helping hand to our loved ones who may still be using XP and older versions of Windows.
It is us nerdy geeks who have a moral right to help the great unwashed, and lead them into a bright new future without Windows XP.
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Next Tuesday, April 8 2014, Microsoft will release the last ever security patches for Windows XP. Are you still using it?
If computers continue to run Windows XP, and don't receive any more security patches. they are not just putting themselves and the data they carry at risk, they are endangering all of us who use the internet.
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Win32/Sality has added a new technique to their long-lasting botnet. This blog post describes how the malware guesses router passwords as part of its campaign to misdirect users, send spam and infect users.
Win32/Sality newest component: a router’s primary DNS changer named Win32/RBrute
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Interesting, primary DNS changer, so Win32/Sality is the same as Win32/RBrute both are names for the same malware?
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Okay, the Cybersecurity Framework is here…so now what? ESET Security Researcher Cameron Camp will address this Wednesday morning (10am PT) on our upcoming ESET live webcast.
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In light of the NSA revelations, how do tech companies regain public trust and confidence?

"In my opinion, the watchword is transparency." Stephen Cobb (Sr Security Researcher at ESET) shares more insight on the latest Harris Poll results. Do YOU agree?
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چرا کمکم نمیکنین که به صورت خودکار واتوماتیک به روز وفعال بشه.واتوماتیک هم کار کنه.اگر نمیتونین لطفا سیستم تونو حذف کنین.شما که جلوی هک کردن منو نتونستین بگیرین.منم توان خرید ندارم ومیدونم سیستم رایگان شما خیلی خوب کار نمیکنه.پس لطفا سیستم تون رو از روی کامپیوتر من حذف یا به درستی وبا امنیت بالا نصب وفعال کنین
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With a focus on security, can Blackberry 10 take some marketshare away from the iPhone and Android-based smartphones? This week on The Malware Report #Podcast, Cameron Camp discusses Blackberry 10 Security.
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New Harris poll shows NSA revelations impact online behavior for many Americans including banking and shopping.

Read the full story behind the data at WeLiveSecurity: http://www.welivesecurity.com/2014/04/02/harris-poll-nsa-revelations-impact-online-shopping-banking/
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Interop 2014 opens in just 24 hours! Remember to stop by our booth #1038 for your chance to win a MacBook Air! http://www.eset.com/us/interop/
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ESET® is on the forefront of proactive endpoint protection, delivering trusted security solutions to make the Internet safer for businesses and consumers. For over 25 years, ESET has led the industry in proactive threat detection and its award-winning NOD32® Antivirus technology has detected 100% of the WildList Organization “In-the-Wild” malware samples since testing began in 1998. ESET recently received a 77th VB100 award and consistently earns high ratings from AV-Comparatives, Virus Bulletin, AV-TEST and other independent testing organizations. ESET NOD32® Antivirus, ESET Smart Security®, ESET® Endpoint Solutions, ESET® Mobile Security and ESET® Cyber Security (solution for Mac®) are trusted by millions of users and are among the most recommended security solutions in the world. IDC has recognized ESET as a top five corporate antimalware provider.

ESET has global headquarters in Bratislava (Slovakia), with operations in San Diego (U.S.), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Singapore; and offices in Sao Paulo (Brazil) and Prague (Czech Republic). ESET has malware research centers in Bratislava, San Diego, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Prague, Košice (Slovakia), Krakow (Poland), Montreal (Canada), Moscow (Russia) and an extensive partner network for more than 180 countries.