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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: AOL Time Warner: Who's the Boss? 4  BizAngel   2004-10-13 11:28:10 
Re: OPEC President Says Politics Pushing Oil Prices Higher 2  JHR   2004-10-07 20:34:01 
PhysOrg:Breakthrough Nanotechnology Will Bring 100 Terabyte 3.5 in Disk 1  fedrive   2004-10-03 17:10:41 
Re: Vendors Search for Ways To Slow Phishing Attacks 2  perpeta   2004-09-28 15:56:13 
Re: Could Newer Browsers Dethrone IE? 2  neojd78   2004-09-26 15:32:59 
Re: The Forbidden Fruits and Singing Bananas 2  ryandary   2004-09-22 08:35:37 
Re: Time Warner Pulls MGM Bid, Clears Way for Sony 2  OREILLY1   2004-09-15 08:54:03 
Re: Applause Greets Tivo-Netflix Tale 2  tgentile72   2004-09-13 13:06:10 
Re: Listen Closely: Audio Books Will Beat eBooks 3  geneven   2004-09-10 13:18:52 
Re: Sarbanes-Oxley: Insurmountable Hurdle for Small Business? 2  Teddistefano   2004-09-10 11:29:24 
Re: Nokia 9300 Offers E-Mail, Data Access 2  Pardo   2004-09-10 04:48:29 
Re: Microsoft Steps Into the Ring 3  zeighta   2004-09-09 15:56:40 
Re: Philadelphia Plan Would Give WiFi Access to the Whole City 2  soubani   2004-09-04 14:00:56 
Re: Disintegrating Nepali Monarchy a Threat to Outsourcing 6  ISN   2004-08-31 18:15:45 
Re: EBay Buys Stake in Craigslist 2  alpha4   2004-08-18 13:56:46 
Re: At $250, a PC That Aims To Connect World's Poor 2  interoperate   2004-08-17 18:15:28 
Re: New Strategies Emerging in Spyware Fight 2  TheGort   2004-07-26 21:41:52 
Re: The Digital Divide Myth 2  dludwigsl2   2004-07-26 01:32:13 
Re: For Online Finance, Image Is Everything 2  UseMy   2004-07-22 05:37:49 
Re: Used Books Sold Cheaply Online Worry Publishers 2  chrismaeda   2004-07-20 10:12:41 

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