The rapid growth and popularity of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter has wrought a seismic and lasting change to the Internet. The Web has evolved from a source of static information to a proxy of real world interaction.
The past weeks have been rife with accusations of privacy infringement against Apple for covertly collecting geo-location information from iPods, iPhones and iPads. Although the collecting of private information by mobile phone manufacturers and 3rd party apps is nothing new, the manner in which Apple stores its data has resulted in criticism from end-users and security experts alike.
Growing instances of malware attacks on smartphones has sparked zveloLABS™ to compile the following quick guide to help users understand the ins-and-outs of jailbreaking smartphones, including what it is, insights into the legalities behind the process, how it’s done, and its benefits and risks.
zveloLABS® researchers recently identified numerous, fictitious 7 News websites promoting work-at-home jobs. These bogus news sites unethically target stay-at-home moms, and falsely promise the discovery of a newfound money-making path in life. Considering the natural appeal of making an honest buck, while being loving care providers at home, it’s certainly easy to understand how unsuspecting mothers could fall for such “recession busting” opportunities.
Apr 19-21, 2011 – London, UK zvelo will be in attendance at the Infosecurity Europe event at Earl’s Court, in London. Email Us to schedule a time to learn about our website categorization technologies and malicious websites detection capabilities, including our URL database, zveloDB®, engineered exclusively for OEMs.
Join us at CTIA Wireless® in Orlando, FL where we will showcase our zveloDB® URL Database, malicious websites detection capabilities for OEMs, and more.
In this FREE and live Kerio Webinar, industry expert Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, will be a guest speaker, taking an in-depth look at the latest innovations and cutting-edge technology found in Kerio Web Filter, including its use of the zvelo’s distributed neural network, zveloNET® (formerly SiteFilter), for the real-time detection, inspection, categorization and verification of ActiveWeb sites collected from the global user community.
zveloLABS™ has detected a new widespread compromise, with tens of thousands of domains infected. Cybercriminals have used stolen credentials, placing specially crafted pages into legitimate websites that lead visitors to malicious payloads.
zveloLABS™ have been tracking a new campaign by cybercrooks, compromising and creating websites for use in SEO poisoning and malware distribution. Thousands of these sites have been detected which use elaborate techniques to trick search engines and are ready to serve malware in an instant.
Network administrators and businesses install web filtering on networks for a variety of reasons ranging from compliance and legal requirements to worker productivity issues. To gain some insight, zvelo surveyed network administrators, customers, readers, and security professionals to identify the most important drivers behind web filtering. Below are the results: