spyware

HP: we did not secretly install spyware on PCs

HP: we did not secretly install spyware on PCs

Denies media reports.
Kyle Alspach Nov 30 2017, 7:37AM Hardware
Droid spyware answers phone calls

Droid spyware answers phone calls

Ain't no secretary.
Angela Moscaritolo Aug 18 2011, 4:10PM Security
Review: Astaro Security Gateway 220

Review: Astaro Security Gateway 220

Solid performer but it's just a bit pricey.
Peter Stephenson Mar 8 2011, 8:40AM Reviews
First Look: PC Tools Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus 2011

First Look: PC Tools Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus 2011

If you don't want a full security suite, Spyware Doctor with Antivirus 2011 provides an alternative
Mike Williams Oct 19 2010, 12:07PM Reviews
Don’t pay for separate anti-spyware, says Gartner

Don’t pay for separate anti-spyware, says Gartner

Gartner is warning companies not to be ripped off by vendors seeking to sell anti-spyware software as a stand-alone product.
Iain Thomson May 20 2009, 10:44AM Security
FBI tracked 'teen bomber' using spyware

FBI tracked 'teen bomber' using spyware

Anonymous MySpace user infected with 'locator program'.
Matt Chapman Jul 20 2007, 1:38PM Security
Security expert slams spyware snooping

Security expert slams spyware snooping

Computer crime authorities need to tread very carefully.
Matt Chapman Jul 20 2007, 7:23AM Security
AWA offers PC Tools

AWA offers PC Tools

Independent computing and home entertainment service provider, AWA, is now offering PC Tools Spyware Doctor protection products to home consumers and small businesses through its newly-established franchise network.
Sarah Falson May 22 2007, 1:34PM Security
Researchers spot first mobile spyware

Researchers spot first mobile spyware

Researchers at McAfee claim to have found the first spyware application that targets the Symbian operating system for mobile phones.
Tom Sanders Dec 8 2006, 9:44AM Mobility
Security firm warns of Christmas spyware

Security firm warns of Christmas spyware

Security software developer PC Tools has said that up to 50 per cent of new spyware threats coming from China and Russia target specific information for identity theft.
Clement James Nov 27 2006, 10:24AM Security
'Spyware' trumps 'poker' to top search charts

'Spyware' trumps 'poker' to top search charts

The term 'spyware' has stormed to the top of the search charts, replacing previous favourites such as 'Pamela Anderson' and 'poker', and reflecting a growing awareness of IT security.
Clement James Nov 17 2006, 10:33AM Security
Skype spyware spam scam slammed

Skype spyware spam scam slammed

Users have been warned of a new phishing scam that is being distributed via spam emails purporting to come from Skype.
Robert Jaques Aug 10 2006, 11:12AM Security
Three companies shut down on spyware charges

Three companies shut down on spyware charges

A US court shut down three internet companies for secretly bundling malicious "spyware" with ring tones, music programs and other free high-tech goodies.
Staff Writers Nov 11 2005, 10:30AM Security
Australians concerned about spyware: survey

Australians concerned about spyware: survey

Spyware topped the list of web security concerns in a recent survey of Australian businesses.
Staff Writers Oct 25 2005, 3:33PM Security
US FTC sues New Hamsphire "spyware" operation

US FTC sues New Hamsphire "spyware" operation

US regulators asked a court on Wednesday to shut down a maker of what they termed computer "spyware" that steers internet users to fake search engines and tracks their movements online.
Staff Writers Oct 6 2005, 11:15AM Security
Sophos joins anti-spyware group

Sophos joins anti-spyware group

Security company Sophos has joined the Anti-Spyware Coalition, a group of technology companies and public interest groups.
Vivienne Fisher Sep 7 2005, 3:47PM Security
Security plays and pitfalls

Security plays and pitfalls

There’s no doubt about it: security is big business. Viruses, worms, spam, malware, spyware -- the list goes on.
Byron Connolly Mar 14 2005, 10:48AM Security
Microsoft goes Dutch on spyware spat

Microsoft goes Dutch on spyware spat

Microsoft has agreed to apologise to and pay a Dutch portal for mistakenly flagging it as a purveyor of malicious content.
Gregg Keizer Feb 25 2005, 12:00AM Security
IT managers rate spyware as number 1 threat

IT managers rate spyware as number 1 threat

Two-thirds of IT managers named spyware as the number one threat to their networks' security in 2005, a survey released this week said.
Staff Writers Jan 25 2005, 12:00AM Security
Microsoft targets spyware to stymie Firefox

Microsoft targets spyware to stymie Firefox

Microsoft bought anti-spyware technology last week to protect its Internet Explorer browser from surging rivals like Mozilla's Firefox, Gartner analysts in the US have said.
Gregg Keizer , Gregg Keizer Dec 20 2004, 12:00AM Security

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