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    Kaspersky discovers movie malware disguised as best picture nominees

    Kaspersky

    In an effort to better understand how cybercriminals are trying to capitalize on public interest in high-profile movies, Kaspersky researchers studied malware being shared under the guise of this year’s award-nominated films. They found more than 20 phishing websites and 925 malicious files that were presented as free movies, only to attack the user.

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    Malware Wants to Know About You, So You Should Know About Malware

    Infographic: People who view pirated content are much more likely to be infected by malware than those who don't.

    Considering Pirated Content? Four Reasons Why You Shouldn’t

    Infographic: On the surface, free or ridiculously cheap TV, film and sports content seems like a great deal. But there are four good reasons why pirated content is a bad idea.

    Kaspersky discovers movie malware disguised as best picture nominees

    Kaspersky

    In an effort to better understand how cybercriminals are trying to capitalize on public interest in high-profile movies, Kaspersky researchers studied malware being shared under the guise of this year’s award-nominated films. They found more than 20 phishing websites and 925 malicious files that were presented as free movies, only to attack the user.

    Read the Full Article

    Malware Wants to Know About You, So You Should Know About Malware

    Infographic: People who view pirated content are much more likely to be infected by malware than those who don't.

    Considering Pirated Content? Four Reasons Why You Shouldn’t

    Infographic: On the surface, free or ridiculously cheap TV, film and sports content seems like a great deal. But there are four good reasons why pirated content is a bad idea.