PC World – Perhaps Microsoft isn’t alone in issuing some security patches on the down-low. A new report from security software maker Sophos claims that Apple this week silently updated anti-malware protection in its Mac OS X operating system. In fact, the patch was so hush-hush that Apple failed to mention it in either the release notes or security bulletin that came with its Mac OS X 10.6.4 upgrade, which included the mysterious security fix.
RVS 2010 uses a powerful combination of antivirus, antimalware and a virtual system to protect your computer from all types of viruses and unwanted system changes. While mainstream vendors continue to fight a losing battle against malware, Returnil has taken a completely different approach to security.
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RVS 2010 clones (copies) your operating system and creates a virtual environment in your PC. Instead of loading the native operating system, a clone is loaded that allows you to run your applications and perform your online activities in an entirely isolated environment.
NewsFactor – The Federal Trade Commission has clamped down on a company that sells a keylogger. On Wednesday, the agency announced a settlement with CyberSpy Software barring it from advertising that its RemoteSpy keylogger can be disguised and installed on someone’s computer without the user’s knowledge.
Reuters – Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said the transition from PCs to smartphones and tablets is a time of “potential tumult” in the technology industry, but said the software maker will continue to prosper in the changing market.