Category Archives: Internet security

MacUpdate Flooded by Spam Suggesting Chinese Product Website

TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you are a Mac user, you should have heard of a web site called MacUpdate. It’s a very popular web site where you can browse Mac software titles. This web site appears to be currently flooded … Continue reading

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VersionTracker Caught by Spam Comment Ads

TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you read news through CBS Interactive websites including CNET News and CBS News, you may have seen comments where spammers advertise theirs or their client’s products. These days, Asian online merchants appear to hire career spammers … Continue reading

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Did FreeMacWare Develop mBrowser?

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Several days ago, I used Google to see if people used our latest software application called mBrowser. A search result showed that a website hosted at the domain of freemacware introduced it. (See Screenshot 01.) And I … Continue reading

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Canadian Mac User Stalks MacHouse Over Little Disc+

TOKYO (MacHouse) – The Internet became a dangerous place a long time ago partly because of its anonymous nature. And some people seem to be willing to go all the way because they think their identity is sealed. One such … Continue reading

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Briefly: Creative COW (CREATIVECOW.NET) Spam-Profile-Attacked

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Creative COW is a popular destination for those who have questions about video editing and those who share ideas and tips. It’s not really our intension to find out how popular their website is, though. (Screenshot 01 … Continue reading

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