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1-30-2010 @ 7:04PM
A lot of the trouble is coming from booby trapped web pages.All it takes is a bad URL to a trapped page and a script runs a Flash exploit and you have a keylogger installed on your PC.The best of all antivirus only covers 72% of 0 days exploits.See here:http://www.pcworld.com/article/182539/advanced_antivirus.htmlWhat you need to do:1- Make sure your Flash Player is up to date:http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/2- Use the addon NOSCRIPT with Firefox and just keep a very maximum of 10 trusted sites in your whitelist (delete and restart the whitelist every month or so).http://noscript.net/Its very very very easy to get hacked just by surfing if you don't follow those advices.The authenticator just protects WOW but what about identity theft (social security #) and financial information potentially stolen?
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