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Find your favorite spots on this detailed map of the Internet

Whether you'd prefer to sail the Gulf of Google or undertake an expedition to the Land of Forgotten Websites, this cartographic creation will draw you in.

By Feb. 9, 2014

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Dog Wars app for Android is Trojanized

Symantec finds malware lurking in a modified version of an early "Dog Wars" Android app. PETA says the hack is "ingenious," though it doesn't know who did it.

By Aug. 16, 2011

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Dubious Android apps may not be malware--just ads

Verizon-affiliated ICSA Labs steps into the controversy over Android apps that Symantec identified as malware.

By Feb. 1, 2012

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<b>Photoshop 4.0.1 is out, although you may have trouble installing it

Photoshop 4.0.1 is out, although you may have trouble installing it

By May. 21, 1997

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Where did Flashback start? Blame the blogosphere

Keeping hosted blog software up-to-date helps keep everyone secure.

By Apr. 23, 2012

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Mac OS 8.5 compatibility issues: Astound; Panorama; SurfWatch; CoStar

Mac OS 8.5 compatibility issues: Astound; Panorama; SurfWatch; CoStar

By Nov. 18, 1998

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'Dark Knight' on its way to becoming 2008's most pirated movie

The Dark Knight is on its way to having the dubious honor of being the most-pirated movie of 2008, which means we may soon get what we pay for.

By Nov. 21, 2008

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New and Noteworthy: iTunes 'could cost 2.49 per song'; WWDC conference schedule, pre-conference sessions; more

New and Noteworthy: iTunes 'could cost 2.49 per song'; WWDC conference schedule, pre-conference sessions; more

By Apr. 23, 2004

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Security tips for avoiding Trojans and malicious software

Because of the enhanced security features of OS X, such as "sandboxing" techniques for running code, the development of self-propagating "viruses" is difficult and to date we have not seen any for Mac OS X; however, malicious software developers have r

By Aug. 12, 2009

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New variant of the "HellRaiser" low-risk Trojan surfaces

Though not a grave security risk for Mac users, a new Trojan horse called "OSX/HellRTS.D" has been identified by Intego (developers of VirusBarrier X). The new trojan is a variant of a backdoor server called "HellRaiser," which was developed to allow full control of an infected PC by a remote attacker.

By Apr. 27, 2010