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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: What to Do if Your E-Mail Is Blocked 3  raul_in   2005-08-17 09:49:45 
Re: News Corp. Reportedly Eyeing Blinkx Buy 2  bryanh   2005-08-17 08:02:29 
Re: Microsoft Brands Longhorn as 'Windows Vista' 3  swen   2005-08-17 07:53:38 
Re: Study on Teen Web Use Reveals E-Commerce Challenges 2  estatsindia   2005-08-01 23:41:49 
Re: Can the Future of TV Be Seen on the Web? 2  gangir   2005-07-31 18:14:21 
Re: Gates Ponders Paucity of Programmers 2  geofbrewer   2005-07-20 18:54:51 
Re: Accidental Naming 2  jhelliot   2005-07-13 23:01:32 
Re: How Small or Medium-Sized E-Businesses Can Compete 2  rstocks   2005-07-12 09:23:52 
Re: Report: Consumers Changing Online Habits Due to Spyware 2  martinwguy   2005-07-08 04:37:51 
Re: Starting an Indian Call Center, Part 2: The Challenges 2  mkp   2005-07-04 23:32:09 
Re: CNOOC Seeks US Review of Its Bid for Unocal 2  Shavise   2005-07-03 15:40:02 
Re: Apple's Switch to Intel Has Headaches 2  jeffsters   2005-07-03 09:05:35 
Re: Blinkx Carves Out Niche With Podcast Search Tool 2  ynotwatch   2005-06-30 13:02:53 
Re: Credit Card Fraud Hitting Small Online Merchants Hard 2  Soky   2005-06-30 12:05:46 
Re: CNOOC Will Continue to Pursue Unocal Bid 2  klmassey   2005-06-30 11:35:35 
Re: European E-Commerce Feeling Pinch from ID Theft 2  rstocks   2005-06-29 12:24:04 
Re: Google Said To Be Planning PayPal-Like Service 2  booksiberia   2005-06-25 12:01:58 
Re: AOL Launching Public Portal Today 2  anomalous   2005-06-21 13:12:56 
Re: Doomed Windows 2000 Dominates Market 2  SmartITGuy   2005-06-17 10:39:34 
Re: Bush May Be Trying To Pretend Global Warming Isn't Real 2  jpyle   2005-06-16 08:51:43 

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Maybe - Only if the job requires the applicant to represent the company online or in a public capacity.
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