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Home users affected by McAfee's virus update fiasco last week may be entitled to compensation, according to the company. But no word yet on whether that also applies to business customers.
In a late-night blog, McAfee formally apologizes for the havoc it wreaked by releasing a faulty update that crashed PCs for thousands upon thousands of customers.
A false-positive update pushed out by McAfee wreaked havoc on workplace computers, but there is a fix available. Be warned: it's not easy.
Update to antivirus software attacks the OS on many Windows XP computers, causing networking problems, reboots.
A new e-mail claiming to come from "The Facebook Team" is circulating. According to security firm MX Labs, that e-mail contains a Trojan horse called Bredolab.
More about the excellent Process Explorer program.
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