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Tuesday, July 18, 2006 

Metasploit Creator Releases Malware Search Engine

H.D. Moore, creator of the Metasploit hacking tool and the security researcher behind the MoBB (Month of Browser Bugs) project, has released a search engine that finds live malware samples through Google queries.

The new Malware Search engine provides a Web interface that allows anyone to enter the name of a known virus or Trojan and find Google results for Web sites hosting malicious executables. >> more

Many programms include spyware modules. Use anti-spyware for protect your privacy.
As for me, I like professional anti-spy software like PrivacyKeyboard by Raytown Corporation LLC.
You can download it here: http://download.softsecurity.com/1/14/prvkbd.zip (~4MB)

Anti-Spyware: Efficiency of the Means of Defense

Simon, sounds good.

I use GNU/Linux, so that pretty much does nothing for me. Which is alright since to my knowledge there is pretty much zero spyware for Linux.

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