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Security Bites

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Description

Backdoors, pharming, botnets, phishing, rootkits,viruses, worms. Feeling vulnerable? CNET.com's Robert Vamosi will tell you about the latest security threats, what's coming, and how to protect your system. Visit the blog at http://securitybites.cnet.com.

Customer Reviews

excellent way of keeping up

computer security can range from arcane to endlessly repetitive. These folks keep it fresh

Keep you secure

This podcast inform you of all the threats, vulnerabilities and security topics on the internet. Highly recommended.

A very good security podcast

Generally relatively short, but still worth your time. A somewhat detailed, though still light and breezy podcast about security issues covering Windows and Apple PCs (mostly). The hosts are professional and reasonably interesting. Could be a little more hands on but if you are just looking for pointers for later research on the internet, this is for you.

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  • Category: Tech News
  • Language: English

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