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Who wants to try a Domino server addin that stops Lockey viruses?
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WordDOC Macro Killer
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Have you been targeted by Fraud emails?
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IBM and Apple focus on the Enterprise
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CryptorBit Virus
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Poodle + Domino SSL = Mail Problems
Wed, Oct 22nd 2014 7
Refrigerators Now Send Spam as Well as Keeping it Cold
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Who wants to try a Domino server addin that stops Lockey viruses?
Fri, Mar 11th 2016 6
Time-lapse of Product Showcase Taken from my GoPro Camera
Tue, Feb 4th 2014 4
WordDOC Macro Killer
Wed, Jan 6th 2016 4
CryptorBit Virus
Mon, May 5th 2014 3
Have you been targeted by Fraud emails?
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Blocking EXE attachments is working great!
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Who wants to try a Domino server addin that stops Lockey viruses?
Fri, Mar 11th 2016 10:13a   Frank Paolino
Lots of electrons have been wasted on non-solutions or partial solutions to this problem. I won't waste more electrons, but user training is almost worthless and is not the answer. Why, you ask? Because users will open anything even if it says "please don't ever open me!" Add to the user problem the fact that these viruses are mutating frequently to avoid detection and you better get your wallet out, a Bitcoin wallet I mean, so you can pay to unlock these. The Ransomware makers a
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WordDOC Macro Killer
Wed, Jan 6th 2016 4:06p   Frank Paolino
As everyone who is in IT knows, there is a ongoing malware issue which involves malicious Microsoft Word documents that contain virus macros. When these documents are opened via Word, the user's system is silently infected with a virus (normally a variant of CryptoLocker) that encrypts documents, spreadsheets, images etc. and then demands payment for recovery of these images. At that point your only hope is a good backup or owning some Bitcoin (to pay the ransom). Anti-virus softwar




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