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23
Nota importante para usuario de MagicJack.
Posted by RUBEN GONZALEZ. on 23 September 2011 02:06 PM

Nota importante para usuario de MagicJack.

STOPPAYLESS.COM tiene disponible una base de conocimientos que incluye preguntas y respuestas en Ingles y Español sobre soluciones técnicas incluyendo el Magicjack.

STOPPAYLESS.COM no es parte del soporte técnico de MagicJack. No es nuestra intención reemplazarlo.

STOPPAYLESS.COM ayuda con esta base de conocimientos a encontrar repuestas y a solucionar problemas técnicos con MagicJack.

Con estas traducciones, queremos contribuir a solucionar en parte la gran demanda de personas que hablan lengua española y que buscan información en español sobre MagicJack.

Http://stoppayless.helpserve.com

support@stoppayles.com


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Sep
23
Important note for users of magicJack.
Posted by RUBEN GONZALEZ. on 23 September 2011 02:03 PM
 

Important note for users of magicJack.

STOPPAYLESS.COM have available a knowledge base that includes questions and answers in English and Spanish on Magicjack technical solutions. STOPPAYLESS.COM is not part of MagicJack support. We do not intend to replace it.

We help solve some of the great demand for people who are seeking information about the MagicJack.

Http://stoppayless.helpserve.com

support@stoppayless.com


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Apr
5
Unos pierden, otros ganan
Posted by RUBEN GONZALEZ. on 05 April 2011 02:21 PM

Muchas personas en Japón perdieron a sus seres queridos y sus casas. El mundo entero sigue con alarma el desarrollo de los sucesos en la central nuclear japonesa de Fukusima, dañada por el terremoto. Los estafadores y escritores de virus, difunden con cinismo enlaces maliciosos con noticias "frescas", crean sitios web maliciosos, cuyo contenido está de una manera u otra relacionado con la tragedia en Japón y envían cartas "nigerianas" con suplicas lacrimosas de ayuda a los damnificados enviando dinero a las cuentas de los remitentes.

Por ejemplo en uno de los mensajes spam había enlaces a unas "últimas noticias" sobre los acontecimientos en Japón. Al seguir estos enlaces los usuarios se convertían en víctimas de un ataque drive-by realizado mediante paquetes de exploits. Si el ataque tenía éxito, se instalaba Trojan-Downloader.Win32.CodecPack en el equipo del usuario. Cada representante de esta familia tiene tres centros de administración predeterminados, a los cuales se conecta para recibir la lista de ficheros maliciosos que descargará y ejecutará en el ordenador del usuario. Una de las páginas web detectadas por nuestra compañía ofrecía a los usuarios descargar varios videoclips sobre los sucesos en Japón. Pero en vez de ver los clips, el usuario descargaba un backdoor a su equipo.

Los estafadores más rápidos están en Twitter: los enlaces maliciosos que aprovechaban la noticia del fallecimiento de Elizabeth Taylor aparecieron allí al día siguiente de su publicación.

Más información: http://www.kaspersky.com/sp/news?id=207732900

Ruben Gonzalez www.stopayless.com support@stoppayless.com


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Apr
5
AVAST Software: Pirates jump ship, join lawyers – Vatican goes legal
Posted by RUBEN GONZALEZ. on 05 April 2011 02:04 PM

An Arizona bar association with more than 1,500 legal professionals is the source of the product license key for nearly 750,000 avast! users. Unfortunately, all but 217 of these users are pirates.

"At least in this case, the lawyers are not the pirates,"

"We had been wondering how long it would take the pirates to find another license. It surprised even us that in only three months, around 750,000 users of the previous pirated license had essentially shifted to this law association’s license,"

said Vince Steckler, CEO of AVAST Software. "The big jump in numbers came just after we shut down another pirated license we had been watching in December." added Mr. Steckler. "Maybe they thought they could hide behind the law….."

From its start in Arizona, the license is now being used by avast! users in 218 countries and territories. "It is quite interesting that both of our massively pirated licenses came from Arizona," remarked Mr. Steckler. "We did not know that the state could have such a global following."

This latest license piracy is distinct from earlier pirates detected by AVAST Software on the following points:

Faster

Updated

None in the Vatican

: No users were identified this time in the Vatican City.
: All of these pirates have had the new avast! 6.0, with its new AutoSandbox, WebRep, and SafeZone virtualization features.
: The license spread to three-quarters of a million users in the last three months. The original license was sold nine months ago.

"We don’t want to be suing or employing lawyers on this,"

added Mr. Steckler. "As before, we inform, then convert or switch. We will see what happens this time."

More information: http://www.avast.com/news

Ruben Gonzalez www.stoppayless.com support@stoppayless.com


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Apr
5

Once again, Trojans accounted for most of the new threats, comprising 70 percent of all new malware created. These types of threats are favored by organized criminals for stealing bank details so they can perpetrate fraud or steal directly from victims’ accounts.

In the ranking of the top 20 countries with the most infections, which was drawn from data generated by Panda ActiveScan, China, Thailand and Taiwan continue to occupy the first three places with infection rates of nearly 70 percent. The last three places in the ranking are occupied by Ireland, Peru and Ecuador.

Top Security Incidents

PandaLabs highlights several top security incidents during Q1 in the report. The largest single attack against Android cell phones, distribution of malware via Facebook, and an attack by the Anonymous hacktivist group against the HBGary Federal security firm topped the list:

Android Malware Heats Up

Facebook Threats Continue

Anonymous Turns Heads

More information: http://press.pandasecurity.com/usa/

Ruben Gonzalez www.stoppayless.com support@stoppayless.com

: The Anonymous cyber-activist group responsible for launching an attack in 2010 against the Spanish Copyright Protection Agency, among other targets, continued to make headlines this quarter. The latest incident was triggered when the CEO of U.S. security firm HBGary Federal, Aaron Barr, claimed to have details on the Anonymous ringleaders. The group took umbrage and decided to hack the company’s Web page and Twitter account, stealing thousands of emails that were then distributed on The Pirate Bay. The content of some of these emails has been highly embarrassing for the company, bringing to light certain unethical practices, such as a proposal to develop a rootkit, and forcing Aaron Barr to stand down as CEO.: George S. Bronk, a 23-year-old from California, pleaded guilty to hacking email accounts and blackmail, and now faces up to six years in prison. Using information available on Facebook, he managed to gain access to victims’ email accounts. After hijacking an account, he searched for personal information he could then use to blackmail the victim. This quarter, even Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of Facebookhad his Facebook fan page hacked. : At the beginning of March, PandaLabs witnessed the largest attack on Android to date.This assault was launched from malicious applications on Android Market, the official app store for the operating system. In just four days these applications, which installed a Trojan, racked up over 50,000 downloads. The Trojan steals personal information from cell phones, anddownloadsand installs other apps without the user’s knowledge. Google managed to rid its store of all malicious apps, and several days later removed them from users’ phones.


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