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Jan 31

PandaLabs Annual Report – 2011

Today we are publishing the PandaLabs report, where you can enjoy an overview of the main figures and security news that have happened in the last 12 months, as well as some figures. You will see how malware creation hit a new record high in 2011 with 26 million samples, that Trojans continue to be […]

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Jan 20

Megaupload and the cybercrime fight

As most of you already now, yesterday Megaupload was closed by the FBI, accused of “copyright infringement”. You can read FBI’s press release here where the details of the case are explained, and you can see how each accused person in this case could face 50 years jail time. We should be concerned, as the […]

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Jan 17

Security Blogger Summit 2011

In a few weeks will take place in Madrid this year’s Security Blogger Summit.  2 main topic’s will be the focus of discussion: -          Cyber-activism: A new Internet sensation. -          Cyber-terrorism and cyber-war: Reality or fiction? As always, the event is free, you just have to send an e-mail to comunicacion@pandasecurity.com with your details. And […]

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Nov 22

Operation:Payback Yielded 37 Days of Total Downtime

Real-time updates can be obtained at our original blog post:  http://bit.ly/azgKeG After two months of constant attacks against various media authorities around the world, the United States Pirate Party has stepped in to ask the attackers to stop and focus their time on productive (and legal) ways to protest for copyright reform.   The chats between […]

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Sep 29

An Interview with Anonymous

Visit the main blog post (http://bit.ly/azgKeG) for up to the minute updates on the attack. Over the past few weeks I have been investigating the Anonymous DDoS assault against media authorities around the world.  This small, but vocal Internet community launched an attack campaign called “Operation Payback”, which targeted DDoS attacks against various companies and […]

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Sep 17

4chan Users Organize Surgical Strike Against MPAA

The users at 4chan, a popular image board responsible for many Internet memes such as the Rickroll, lolcats, and the “Anonymous” assault on the Church of Scientology, publicly announced a coordinated DDoS attack against the Motion Picture Association of America in retaliation for the hiring of an Indian based software firm, which carried out similar […]

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