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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 4 Biggest Motivators for Social Media Marketing 2  socialnetworksoftware   2009-07-29 18:30:29 
Re: Microsoft, EC May Forge Settlement of Antitrust Charges 2  roskellaway   2009-07-28 11:07:59 
Re: Tweeting From the Courtroom 2  sandyviv   2009-07-24 10:15:53 
Re: The Cloud Is Just the Beginning 2  joepiekarz   2009-07-23 11:22:32 
Re: Utility Companies Plug In to Google PowerMeter 2  jcrglobalcaplaw   2009-07-20 22:48:55 
Re: Twitter Hack Opens Pandora's Box of Security Issues 2  Stettin   2009-07-16 13:59:50 
Re: BT Scuttles Phorm Ad-Targeting Project 2  AndreaGolfs   2009-07-15 12:49:22 
Re: 10 Tips for Boosting PPC Conversions 2  pitstopmedia   2009-07-15 08:00:05 
Re: 21st Century Alchemy: Turning Tweets Into Gold 2  LoudounWineries   2009-07-12 14:43:49 
Re: Chrome: No Operating System for Old Men 3  CubFanAl   2009-07-12 12:33:27 
Re: Tagged.com to Get Slapped With Lawsuit 2  doctor_don   2009-07-11 20:06:49 
Re: Obama Administration Plows Ahead With Controversial E-Verify Program 2  Brittanicus   2009-07-09 15:05:41 
Re: A Long Time Ago, When Sony Was Cool 2  MitchH   2009-07-08 11:16:47 
Re: The Facts and Fallacies of Online Shipping Costs 2  danathompson   2009-07-06 03:02:20 
Re: Amazon Turns Gears of Internet Tax Wars 2  katkiller   2009-07-02 21:35:22 
Talking about Windows Server 2008 Foundation 1  bobhaines   2009-07-02 10:14:17 
Re: You, Palm Pre, Are No iPhone 4  randygrenier   2009-06-30 13:02:22 
Re: The Top 5 To-Dos Before Kicking Off Your E-Commerce Project 2  VoxAppeal   2009-06-30 04:31:57 
Re: Top 5 Reasons for Building Governance Into the Cloud 2  Sonal_M   2009-06-29 22:00:09 
Re: Kayak Makes Waves Over Bing's Design Similarities 2  iwipub   2009-06-29 02:46:52 

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