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SecureAnywhere AntiVirus 2013The company Webroot released new versions of their products from the family SecureAnywhere 2013.

SecureAnywhere line is for the full protection of small and medium enterprises from various IT-threats, and has established itself as an affordable and effective solution in its class. One of the main novelties of the series 2013 is a module SecureAnywhere System Analyser, and upgraded tools for backup and data synchronization.

Product Updates SecureAnywhere happening in punctually – just a year ago we wrote about the previous release of this series. The new version of the company Webroot added tool for the diagnosis and treatment systems of unnecessary data, components, radically revised arrangements backup and sync, and realized significant improvements in circuit protection against phishing. (more…)

Warning spam emailTrojan embedded in email, is recognized by virtually all antivirus programs.

The company Webroot reported cyber attack aimed at users of the payment system PayPal. Attackers send letters to potential victims of e-mail in which they were notified of the receipt of payments for $ 208. However, the letter does not specify what services or goods held payment.

It is worth noting that the letter contains a file attachment, which allegedly contains details on making payments.

In fact, the attached file contains a Trojan. The malware is detected by almost all antivirus programs.

Note that this is not the first time that the attackers use Paypal for criminal activity. In particular, in May of this year, scammers send out spam messages to users that contained links to web-resource with two Java scripts that redirect victims to malicious Web site that contains a set of exploits.

Details of the notification Webroot is available here.