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Containing the Zombie Malware Outbreak


Containing a program prevents malware from installing any botnets or other zombie utilities on your system. If the program turns out to be malicious, no harm is done. While blacklists cannot protect against these new zombie threats because they haven't yet been identified, a container can. If an exploit downloads malicious software while in a sandbox, it will be isolated and unable to spread.
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Americans Hate Surveillance, Love Privacy: Report


"We know from earlier research that most people would like to do more to protect their privacy, but there are a variety of roadblocks for them," said Mary Madden, a senior researcher at Pew. Obstacles include not feeling tech-savvy enough; believing their efforts won't be effective; and feeling that taking more effective action might make them appear suspicious.
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Re: The Love Bug's Ugly Legacy 2  callalilly1   2003-01-31 13:37:29 
Re: AOL Books $99 Billion Loss; Turner To Step Down 2  munjak   2003-01-30 21:15:30 
Re: Ask Jeeves Revamps Web Ad Strategy 3  jegan   2003-01-30 17:33:07 
Re: A New Starring Role for E-Commerce 2  jleahy   2003-01-29 11:59:04 
Re: Report: 75 Percent Of E-Businesses Destined To Fail 2  jsmith2622   2003-01-29 11:16:20 
Re: Microsoft's .NET: Still .NOT Fully Baked? 5  El_Cu_Guy   2003-01-27 17:20:32 
Re: Buy - or We Die! 4  icoo   2003-01-24 03:28:56 
Re: E-Commerce's 1.3 Percent Problem 5  MikeJacobs   2003-01-23 15:32:40 
Re: ISP Ordered To Reveal File-Swapper's Identity 5  sribeiro   2003-01-23 04:09:13 
Re: Hot Software for Enterprise E-Business 2  patotts   2003-01-22 14:54:59 
Re: The Case Against Case 3  jpflaum   2003-01-21 17:51:37 
Re: Will Froogle Be a Google for Shoppers? 3  alpinechic   2003-01-20 11:16:23 
Re: New Respect for the Internet Bubble-Blowers 2  alpinechic   2003-01-20 11:12:01 
Re: Corel Delivers Macromedia Flash to Linux 4  bratwiz   2003-01-17 16:35:16 
Re: Investigative Report (Part I): Concerns Mount over Symantec 8  yabuts_13   2003-01-15 14:31:37 
Re: Penthouse.com and Feds Bust Copyright Pirate 2  dragon5   2003-01-09 19:35:50 
Re: Making Sense of Web Traffic 4  web_master   2003-01-09 12:58:11 
Re: Is High-Tech Fever Gone Forever? 4  jmiotke   2003-01-07 19:36:05 
Re: Kmart Bypasses Brokers To Sell Its Stock Online 7  smokedemt   2003-01-04 10:42:19 
Re: Online banking Experiences Growth, Pains: Concerns Remain for Consumers 2  hirzlg   2003-01-03 12:39:34 

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Should employers consider job seekers' online posts when hiring?
Yes - Online activity is a reflection of conduct, and it indicates how a person will represent an employer.
Maybe - Only if the job requires the applicant to represent the company online or in a public capacity.
No - Employers have no business prying into candidates' personal online posts.
Performance Matters: 9 Key Consumer Insights