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PCs, including hostage attacks — such as ransomware — and reputation hijacking on social networking forums. One of the ideas I tried to get across with this image is that nearly every aspect of a hacked computer and a user’s online life can be and has been commoditized. If it has value and can be resold, you can be sure there is a service or product offered in the cybercriminal underground to monetize it. I haven’t yet found an exception to this rule. By way of example, consider the point-and-click tools pictured below, which are offered on several fraud forums by one enterprising young miscreant. Principally, I see the hacked PC graphic as a way to capture the average user’s attention and imagination. Hopefully, these folks can then be guided toward some simple steps to keeping their machine from getting hacked.
I’m building a running list of applications, simple tools and tips that can help on this front, available here. This entry was posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 12:23 am and is filed under Latest Warnings, Security Tools. You can follow any comments to this entry through the RSS 2. My vote for a wikipedia article and translations there. This is a handy-dandy visual that should capture a lot of folk’s attention. Lots of great uses for those CPU cycles. A program I have used a ton and found very effective is Hitman Pro, and it is also designed to run alongside other virus programs.