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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: Payless Shoes Hopes to Hit Pay-Dirt Online 2  Qrime   2003-07-31 13:54:10 
Re: Heavy-Duty Database Showdown: The Microsoft Challenge 2  klight   2003-07-30 11:09:20 
Re: E-Commerce Record Breakers 3  kvallee   2003-07-28 14:09:43 
Re: Oracle Taps Sun To Challenge Microsoft 2  bazzacoidan   2003-07-28 12:36:23 
Re: Georgia Provides High-Speed Internet to Rural Areas 4  lmbradberry   2003-07-27 08:41:14 
Re: Restaurant.com Finds Right Recipe for Online Success 2  chengsir   2003-07-24 11:30:36 
Re: Intel and Webvan: A Tale of Two Anniversaries 2  sanlass   2003-07-24 11:08:54 
Re: Cashing In on eBay Boom 2  sellhollywood   2003-07-22 00:54:10 
Re: Dot-Coms Choose Their Partners 2  kristathomas   2003-07-21 19:17:26 
Re: E*Trade Stays Busy, Invests in LoanCity.com 2  acquicap   2003-07-17 13:48:31 
Re: Probing the IT Skills Shortage 6  5555ever   2003-07-17 12:04:30 
Re: Silicon Insider: The Bangalore Backlash 6  nige   2003-07-17 01:39:02 
Re: Class Action Litigators Stalking Dot-Coms 2  ladylonglegs   2003-07-16 18:32:04 
Re: High-Tech Workers Fight New Threat of Foreign Replacements 7  rogerof   2003-07-16 14:13:14 
Re: Buy.com Hit with Shareholder Lawsuits 2  midge314   2003-07-15 13:01:39 
Re: Bill Would Let Copyright Owners Infiltrate File-Swapping Services 4  LizzieMarion   2003-07-11 12:52:41 
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less? 8  mrvietnam   2003-07-06 19:49:12 
Re: Music Industry Must Embrace the Net 2  wildestarr   2003-07-05 11:10:08 
Re: Best Firewalls for Big Enterprises 2  Pappy_SC   2003-07-04 05:32:06 
Re: Google's Brave New World 2  piparo   2003-06-27 21:43:56 

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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.
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