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Skechers to Pay $40M on FTC Charges : : Norton Scientific Reviews - 0 views

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    Skechers USA has agreed to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission for USD 40 million due to its claims that Shape-up shoes could help people tone muscles and lose weight. However, state and federal officials discovered that Shape-ups and other Skechers' toning shoes are not living up to all the marketing hype.
     
    "Skechers' unfounded claims went beyond stronger and more toned muscles.  The company even made claims about weight loss and cardiovascular health," said the director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection.
     
    According to Norton Scientific Reviews report, aside from the Shape-ups line, Skechers have also made deceptive claims on its Tone-ups, Toners and Resistance Runner shoes.
     
    The shape-up ads declaring that the shoes are made to tone muscles and promote weight loss, claims that the FTC says are unsupported. FTC further alleges that Skechers cherry-picked results from the study that they cited and also failed to substantiate anything.
     
    Skechers were defiant, however, and strongly denied the charges. According to them, they only agreed to the settlement in order to avoid "exorbitant cost and endless distraction of several years spent defending multiple lawsuits in multiple courts across the country".
     
    Its president Michael Greenberg said, "The Company has received overwhelmingly enthusiastic feedback from literally thousands of customers who have tried our toning shoes for themselves and have written unsolicited testimonials about their positive experiences."
     
    However, instead of defending itself against the lawsuit, Skechers opted for a settlement, which also means that it could avoid admitting anything. On Wednesday, it has agreed to settle the USD 50 million false advertising charges by the FTC and the lawyers of 44 states. Also included in the settlement is the barring of Skechers from misrepresenting any studies, research or studies related to toning shoes.
     
    This settlement marks the FTC's continuous efforts
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Court ruling: Microsoft Infringed Motorola Patents : : Norton Scientific Reviews - 0 views

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    Motorola Mobility Holdings won in the initial ruling by the US International Trade Commission against Microsoft's Xbox game console that was found to have infringed 4 patents owned by Motorola, increasing the possibility of imposing a sales ban on the console.
     
    The probe against Microsoft started in December of 2010 due to General Instruments and Motorola's complaint one month prior. Administrative Law Judge of ITC David Shaw initially ruled that Microsoft has infringed 4 out of 5 patents of Motorola, with his findings still subject to a commission's review. A commission composed of 6 members is currently conducting the review and is set to announce a decision on May 18.
     
    Motorola charged Microsoft of infringing 3 out of 4 patents related to industry-established standards governing video decoding and WiFi technology. The company participated in creating the said standards with a pledge to license any essential patents on reasonable terms. Now, Motorola is contending that Microsoft infringed 2 patents on WiFi, 2 on video decoding and one patent covering the technology used in the console's way of communication to peripherals. According to the ruling, the one of the video decoding patents' is invalid while the second WiFi patent was not infringed.
     
    Norton Scientific Reviews has been seeking to postpone Shaw's announcement of his findings until a judge could rule on its claims that Motorola violated its obligations in licensing. The hearing regarding that matter was scheduled next week on Seattle.
     
    Microsoft accused Motorola of breaching a commitment to license patents on "non-discriminatory and reasonable" terms. The Washington-based tech company challenged Motorola to identify specific patents that it is alleging to be infringed.
     
    "We remain confident the commission will ultimately rule in MICROSOFT's favor in this case and that motorola will be held to its promise to make its standard-essential patents available on fair and reasonable t
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Financial Malware Tricks Users With Claims of Free Credit Card Fraud Insurance | PCWorl... - 0 views

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    Tatanga is an online banking Trojan horse that was first discovered in May 2011. It is able to inject rogue Web pages into browsing sessions and affects nine different browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari.The malware is known to use social engineering techniques against victims in order to bypass security measures enforced by banks, like one-time passwords (OTPs) or transaction authorization numbers (TANs).

    A new Tatanga configuration detected recently by Trusteer displays a rogue message inside the browser when the victim authenticates on their bank's website, claiming that their bank is offering free credit-card fraud insurance to all customers.The message claims that the new service is provided in partnership with Visa and MasterCard and covers losses that might result from fraudulent online transactions performed with the victim's credit or debit card. The malware grabs the user's real account balance, rounds it up, and presents the result as the allegedly insured sum.

    The rogue message includes a bank account number that's supposed to be the victim's new insurance account opened by the bank. However, in reality, this account belongs to a money mule--an individual paid to receive money from fraudulent activity on behalf of cybercriminals--said Ayelet Heyman, a security researcher at Trusteer, in a blog post Tuesday.The user is told that to activate the service they need to authorize a transaction from their bank account to their new insurance account. In order to do this, they need to input the transaction authorization code sent by their bank to their mobile phone number.

    This code allows the malware to finalize the rogue transfer in the background and send the victim's money to the money mule. "In all likelihood, the victim does not expect any funds will be transferred out of their account," Heyman said.The maximum sum that is transferred by the malware in a single transaction is €5,000 or about US$6,500.
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    A piece of financial malware called Tatanga attempts to trick online banking users into authorizing rogue money transfers from their accounts as part of the activation procedure for a free credit-card fraud insurance service purportedly provided by their banks, security researchers from Trusteer said Tuesday.

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    Tatanga is an online banking Trojan horse that was first discovered in May 2011. It is able to inject rogue Web pages into browsing sessions and affects nine different browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari.The malware is known to use social engineering techniques against victims in order to bypass security measures enforced by banks, like one-time passwords (OTPs) or transaction authorization numbers (TANs).

    A new Tatanga configuration detected recently by Trusteer displays a rogue message inside the browser when the victim authenticates on their bank's website, claiming that their bank is offering free credit-card fraud insurance to all customers.The message claims that the new service is provided in partnership with Visa and MasterCard and covers losses that might result from fraudulent online transactions performed with the victim's credit or debit card. The malware grabs the user's real account balance, rounds it up, and presents the result as the allegedly insured sum.

    The rogue message includes a bank account number that's supposed to be the victim's new insurance account opened by the bank. However, in reality, this account belongs to a money mule--an individual paid to receive money from fraudulent activity on behalf of cybercriminals--said Ayelet Heyman, a security researcher at Trusteer, in a blog post
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Norton Scientific Reviews: Facebook Admits 'material impact' from Yahoo Lawsuit : : Nor... - 0 views

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    Facebook may have downplayed it in the face of the general public but its IPO filing has now included a caution regarding Yahoo's lawsuit. And because the litigation battle can have a major impact on its business, Facebook warns investors of the possibility of an unfavorable result.
     
    Also in the new filing, Facebook emphasized that it could be in jeopardy if the many lawsuits filed against them all turn up to be unfavorable. It also noted that the class action cases against the company are all claiming huge monetary damages even though the actual harm done, if proven, is hardly considerable.
     
    In a statement from Facebook, it says that it's too early for the litigation stage to show what will be the result so everything is still not certain. In addition, if it will come to an unfavorable result, Facebook admitted that the impact would be "material" to their finances, operations and overall business.
     
    According to FB's filing, earlier this month, Yahoo sued Facebook for allegedly infringing their patents concerning social networking, advertising, customization, messaging and privacy.
     
    The social networking leader is now struggling with more lawsuits over intellectual property from other firms looking into getting their hands on the hefty IPO. Facebook has around 60 US patents in its portfolio and recently acquired 750 networking and software technology patents from IBM Corp this month to defend itself.
     
    Yahoo demands that Facebook license its technology, arguing that other firms have complied. Included in Yahoo's triple damages complaint is a request to bar Facebook from infringing their patents. Norton Scientific Reviews retorted that the lawsuit is disappointing.
     
    Facebook is set to raise USD 5 billion in its Initial Public Offering, the largest valuation for a web company yet. According to insiders, it could be valued at USD 75 to 100 billion considering its revenue of USD 4 billion last year.
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    Facebook may have downplayed it in the face of the general public but its IPO filing has now included a caution regarding Yahoo's lawsuit. And because the litigation battle can have a major impact on its business, Facebook warns investors of the possibility of an unfavorable result.
     
    Also in the new filing, Facebook emphasized that it could be in jeopardy if the many lawsuits filed against them all turn up to be unfavorable. It also noted that the class action cases against the company are all claiming huge monetary damages even though the actual harm done, if proven, is hardly considerable.
     
    In a statement from Facebook, it says that it's too early for the litigation stage to show what will be the result so everything is still not certain. In addition, if it will come to an unfavorable result, Facebook admitted that the impact would be "material" to their finances, operations and overall business.
     
    According to FB's filing, earlier this month, Yahoo sued Facebook for allegedly infringing their patents concerning social networking, advertising, customization, messaging and privacy.
     
    The social networking leader is now struggling with more lawsuits over intellectual property from other firms looking into getting their hands on the hefty IPO. Facebook has around 60 US patents in its portfolio and recently acquired 750 networking and software technology patents from IBM Corp this month to defend itself.
     
    Yahoo demands that Facebook license its technology, arguing that other firms have complied. Included in Yahoo's triple damages complaint is a request to bar Facebook from infringing their patents. Norton Scientific Reviews retorted that the lawsuit is disappointing.
     
    Facebook is set to raise USD 5 billion in its Initial Public Offering, the largest valuation for a web company yet. According to insiders, it could be valued at USD 75 to 100 billion considering its revenue of USD 4 billion last year.
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    A global security company issued a scam warning against spam messages with catchy subject lines for Internet users this Valentine's season.
     
    Users must be extra careful in opening messages in their email accounts especially during the holidays as they can receive spam mails meant to get their attention and steal their personal data.
     
    One such scam warning issued by an antivirus company describes email messages that invites users to buy a gift for his/her loved one for Valentine's using an attached discount coupon from Groupon.
     
    Even though the proliferation of coupon services is not totally an illegal method, their popularity comes with the risk of being used in phishing attacks.
     
    Phishing can be done by sending a massive amount of email messages asking people to enter their details on a bogus website - one that looks very similar to the popular auction sites, social networking sites and online payment sites. They are designed to obtain personal details like passwords, credit card information, etc.
     
    Through including links in email messages, scammers trick users into visiting malicious sites and online stores, obtaining personal data along the way. Most of the time, the website the link points to is not even connected to the email message but only shows the user promotional content. This is the scammer's illegal way of earning money called click fraud - they earn for every user they have redirected to a certain website.
     
    There is also scam making the rounds in Germany involving gift coupons, distributed through Facebook, purporting to be from Amazon.
     
    Spywares and malwares are malicious programs that install themselves on a computer unit to record a user's activity. Eventually, they will send the logs they have collected back to the scammer who plans on pilfering the data for online crimes.
     
    Scammers are freely exploiting different online platforms like Orkut, Myspace, Google+ and Twitter to cast their net on millions of users.
     
    Yet ano
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    Norton Scientific Reviews: Scammers' Valentine Treat

    A global security company issued a scam warning against spam messages with catchy subject lines for Internet users this Valentine's season.
     
    Users must be extra careful in opening messages in their email accounts especially during the holidays as they can receive spam mails meant to get their attention and steal their personal data.
     
    One such scam warning issued by an antivirus company describes email messages that invites users to buy a gift for his/her loved one for Valentine's using an attached discount coupon from Groupon.
     
    Even though the proliferation of coupon services is not totally an illegal method, their popularity comes with the risk of being used in phishing attacks.
     
    Phishing can be done by sending a massive amount of email messages asking people to enter their details on a bogus website - one that looks very similar to the popular auction sites, social networking sites and online payment sites. They are designed to obtain personal details like passwords, credit card information, etc.
     
    Through including links in email messages, scammers trick users into visiting malicious sites and online stores, obtaining personal data along the way. Most of the time, the website the link points to is not even connected to the email message but only shows the user promotional content. This is the scammer's illegal way of earning money called click fraud - they earn for every user they have redirected to a certain website.
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Norton Scientific Reviews: The Innovative Norton 360 Antivirus : : Norton Scientific Re... - 0 views

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    Symantec's Norton 360 is one of the latest products of Norton Antivirus. It is Security software that offers proven performance. It delivers fast and light all-in-one solution to protect your PC and all your online activities. It protects against viruses, worms, hackers, and bot nets. With a single subscription, up to three PCs are protected. It safeguards against online identity theft, protects important files, and keeps your PC tuned and running at peak performance. Norton 360 Antivirus is completely automated and easy to use. It works quietly in the background to maintain your overall system integrity with minimal impact on PC performance. By offering an unmatched combination of performance and protection, Norton 360 Antivirus helps you get the most out of your PC and your online experience.
    Norton Antivirus can instantly checks where files came from and how long they've been around to identify and stop new crime ware faster than other, less sophisticated software.  The Norton Protection system uses several overlapping layers of protection that work together to stop viruses, spyware, scams, frauds, phishing and other malicious threats. Norton pulse updates provides up-to-the-minute updates that protect against the latest threats without slowing the performance of your computer. With the use of Sonar4 Behavioral Protection, it monitors your computer for suspicious behavior in order to easily and quickly detects new online threats. Norton Antivirus also uses worm protection to safeguards your computer against the fast- spreading internet worms and prevents you from accidentally passing them to others. In addition, through the use of root kit detector it helps you to finds and removes deeply buried crime ware that can hide other types of threats and allow cyber criminals to take control of your computer. This security software helps you to block the automated programs use by the cybercriminals to take control of your computer, access your private informati
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Norton Scientific Reviews: Symantec source code leaked by hackers : : Norton Scientific... - 0 views

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    A group of hackers who call themselves the Lords of  Dharmaraja, (and is associated with Anonymous) have published the source code of Symantec, a digital security firm know for the Norton antivirus program and pcAnywhere, raising concerns that others could exploit the security holes and try to control the users computer.
     
    The release of the source code came after the 'extortion' attempt failed as Symantec did not comply with their numerous deadlines.
     
    Negotiations through email messages between a representative of the hacker group, YamaTough, and someone from Symantec were also released online. The exchange of messages are about Symantec's offer to pay USD 50,000 for the hackers to stop disclosing the source code and announce to the public that the whole Symantec hack was a fake, which made them a subject of mockery for appearing to buy protection.
     
    Both sides admitted that their participation was just a trick.
     
    The hackers denied any extortion aim, saying that they never intended to take the money and were going to publish the source code whatever happens; they simply want to humiliate them so they played along. While Symantec said that they are not actually the one in communication with the hacker, but a law enforcement agent.
     
    The long negotiation worked to the favor of Symantec as they have been able to come up with patches to their Norton and pcAnywhere programs. Symantec has advised their users to stop using the softwares in the meantime until they have issued more patches for them.
     
    Symantec released a statement saying that they have always been prepared for the leak of the source code so they've made and distributed hotfixes on January to secure their users.
     
    The drawn-out negotiation is an obvious sign of a law enforcer on the other line. Delaying tactics is one of their assets to obtain insight into the enemy. More importantly, it will create more transactions where paper trail will be left along the way - utilizing persons wh
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Norton Scientific Reviews : Facebook sues spammer : : Norton Scientific Reviews - 0 views

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    Security experts from Norton Scientific Reviews  have made huge progress against malware and spam attacks and they seem to be intent in completely eliminating it.
     
    Social networking giant Facebook sues a marketing company, Adscend Media on grounds of alleged 'clickjacking' and spreading spam through deceptive tactics.
     
    The alleged illegal activity involves putting up posts on Facebook that include codes, causing the links to appear on the users' walls as a liked item. Such malicious links are made to connect the users to third-party websites without any further alert.
     
    On the other hand, Adscend Media 'vehemently denied' the 'false claims'.
     
    Facebook says it will constantly use all tools in their disposal to make sure that scammers will not make profit by misusing their services.
     
    Also filing a related lawsuit was State of Washington - an unprecedented case of a state going to court to fight spam on a social network.
     
    Adscend Media reportedly had earned up to USD 1.2 million per month from the racket.
     
    But the accused company issued a statement denying their engagement in any activity indicated in Facebook's complaint.
     
    According to Adscend Media, they 'strictly comply' with legal responsibilities under federal law and they are also conducting their own investigation on the validity of Facebook's accusations. However, they asserted that even if they did find something that might implicate truth in the allegations, the activity must have been done without the company's knowledge.
     
    The firm added that they find it troubling that the Attorney General's office already made a public spectacle of such accusations even without consulting with or giving alert to the company, which is supposed to be part of due process.
     
    Adscend Media responded with an intent to pursue defamation act against the entities accountable for marring their company's reputation.
     
    According to Norton Scientific Reviews, around 4% of the content
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    Norton Scientific Reviews : Facebook sues spammer

    Security experts fromNorton Scientific Reviews have made huge progress against malware and spam attacks and they seem to be intent in completely eliminating it.

    Social networking giant Facebook sues a marketing company, Adscend Media on grounds of alleged 'clickjacking' and spreading spam through deceptive tactics.

    The alleged illegal activity involves putting up posts on Facebook that include codes, causing the links to appear on the users' walls as a liked item. Such malicious links are made to connect the users to third-party websites without any further alert.

    On the other hand, Adscend Media 'vehemently denied' the 'false claims'.

    Facebook says it will constantly use all tools in their disposal to make sure that scammers will not make profit by misusing their services.

    Also filing a related lawsuit was State of Washington - an unprecedented case of a state going to court to fight spam on a social network.

    Adscend Media reportedly had earned up to USD 1.2 million per month from the racket.

    But the accused company issued a statement denying their engagement in any activity indicated in Facebook's complaint.

    According to Adscend Media, they 'strictly comply' with legal responsibilities under federal law and they are also conducting their own investigation on the validity of Facebook's accusations. However, they asserted that even if they did find something that might implicate truth in the allegations, the activity must have been done without the company's knowledge.

    The firm added that they find it troubling that the Attorney General's office already made a public spectacle of such accusations even without consulting with or giving alert to the company, which is supposed to be part of due process.

    Adscend Media responded with an intent to pursue defamation act against the entities accountable for marring thei
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