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Blog: Truth, fiction and HTTPS
One of the tips we frequently see given regarding phishing (and other related Internet attacks) is the importance of checking in the address bar for the presence of the HTTPS protocol to access web sites where you enter personal information.
Microsoft makes waves with free AV
[UPDATED] Symantec responded to today’s release of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), the new free antivirus software offered by Microsoft, and said the product isn’t adequate for modern-day threats.
While we do have statistics from our Threatsense.
Blog: More infections = a lot more malware
This tool is available freely from ESET’s website at
Honesty is not The Best Policy for Password Resets
Common password reset questions include the following:
What is your mother’s maiden name?
Where were you born?
What high school did you graduate from?
All of these and many others have answers that are probably public information.
Mac Musings from ESET
It’s not as though anyone has shown much interest in the technical aspects, such as the interesting use of the Authorisation Services APIs to trick the victim into authorising installation.
Chillisoft distributes USB security solution
According to Chillisoft's Auckland-based Managing Director Geoff Cossey, initial channel promotion will focus on CoSoSys personal backup system Carry it Easy, which turns a USB drive into a secure, systems data backup and compression device.
Phishing example from ESET
The scam is somewhat more elaborate than many we see, and it’s worth a little analysis to see what flags we can extract from it for spotting a phisher at work.
Chillisoft launches security blog on The Channel
The ESET blog will be primarily written by Randy Abrams, Director of Technical Education and David Harley, Director of Malware Intelligence.
Chillisoft makes Deloitte’s Fast 50 for 3rd year
For Geoff Cossey, Chillisoft’s Director, "the Deloitte event is great to be part of".
Chillisoft to launch new website
To better illustrate the Chillisoft brand, Cossey and team had to understand it.
Endless Ocean – Wii
Scuba diving is one of the most rewarding lifetime experiences you can have.
Chillisoft distributes K-Box
New Zealand distributor Chillisoft has announced they are to be the sole distributor of the K-Box product in New Zealand and Australia.
Chillisoft creates new role on back of security software boom
"Our core business is security and has by far the largest concentration of products.
Antivirus software vendor, ESET, is growing globally with products ESET Smart Security and ESET NOD32.
Two Worlds – Xbox 360
A vast, fantasy setting, epic storyline, non-linear game play, dynamic combat system and flexible character development options… bearing such hallmarks Two Worlds was bound to draw comparison to that benchmark of next-gen RPG titles: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
Chillisoft sets up shop in Australia
Heading up the new office will be Australasian IT veteran Russ Olsen, who was most recently CEO of Australian financial software distributor finPOWER Australia.
Sensible Soccer 2006
Get ready to run around with your footy shirt over your head in celebration as Codemasters have brought us an all-new Sensible Soccer for 2006.
Last year, after a long time in development, Crytek Studios bought Far-Cry to the PC and impressed many gamers with the quality AI and detailed graphics.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
Ang Lee’s The Hulk is a couple of years gone at this point (but I’m sure no one is complaining), so Radical didn’t necessarily have the film’s voice talent to rely on in bringing the new game’s characters to life.
Victoria McPherson is a brilliant young FBI agent who’s investigating a serial murder case.
Game review: Doom 3
Over six months after Doom 3 smashed its way onto the PC market - Xbox owners finally get a chance to experience one of the highest selling games of 2004.