Friday, August 24, 2012
Security firm Websense has identified a new malware campaign that targets Blackberry users with a malicious attachment in fake emails.
The fake emails, crafted using content copied from legitimate emails from Blackberry, state that the recipient has successfully created a Blackberry ID.
To lure recipients into opening the malicious attachment, the fake emails say: "To enjoy the full benefits of your BlackBerry ID, please follow the instructions in the attached file."
Only 17 of 36 anti-virus engines indentify the attachment as malware according to scanning service
Nokia keeps adding newer features to its phones. The latest feature that the Espoo-based company is looking to add to its lineup is indoor navigation software that would allow users to do things like find a specific store in a big mall, or find the bathroom in a big airport. Nokia details the new technology in a post on the Nokia blog.
Microsoft Corp unveiled its first new logo in 25 years on Thursday as it looks to unify its branding ahead of a clutch of new product releases this year.
The world's largest software company is introducing a dash of color in its first logo redesign since 1987, using a new multi-colored square next to a plain rendering of its name, replacing its well-worn italic style logo.