Malware Diaries Blog from ParetoLogic Exposes Internet Threats
Victoria, B.C. April 4, 2008 - Officially launched today, ParetoLogic's new blog, Malware Diaries, offers computer users an inside look at the current and emerging computer viruses and spyware detailing where the threats are lurking and how they are accessing computers. Authored by Jerome Segura and Jean Taggart, two computer security analysts on ParetoLogic's Spyware Analysis Team (S.W.A.T.), Malware Diaries promises to inform and entertain computer users of all skill levels as it shares the findings of the SWAT team and gives advice on how to avoid, detect, and remove online threats.
"The malware diaries will tell you various stories about online security. The purpose is to be informative, accessible to the novice and interesting to the expert. My partner in crime Jean Taggart will share the pen with me along the journey." Says Segura in his inaugural blog posting. Jean Taggart follows up with "I firmly believe that "patching" the end user is a good thing. That is essentially what we do when we inform someone through our blog postings on the seedier side of the net. When we describe how a scam works, explaining how the bad guys are trying to fool users in parting with their hard earned money, we disarm them."
Malware Diaries joins ParetoLogic's PGsurfer Block Watch and SafeSurfer blogs in the company's continuing efforts to educate computer users of all ages about the dangers on the Internet and the best ways to keep themselves, their children, and their personal information safe and secure. All ParetoLogic blogs welcome comments and offer forums for the exchange of information, expertise, and advice. Well known for their award winning anti-spyware software (XoftSpySE, XOFTspy Portable, and ParetoLogic Anti-Spyware) ParetoLogic is now making waves in the High Tech industry with their highly regarded parental controls software, PGsurfer, which the company has made available free of charge. The companion website for kids, SafeSurfer, and the blogs and community forums are all manifestations of ParetoLogic's mandate to educate computer users so that they are empowered to secure themselves in today's online world.
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