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Kaspersky Lab Offers Free Security Magazine Secureview

Want to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in computer security? The free magazine from Kaspersky lab might be the right choice.

SECUREVIEW, the electronic magazine dedicated to all aspects of the IT security industry (via – techtrickz) brings you all the latest trends and exciting discoveries in the field of IT security.

SECUREVIEW is very informative and very useful for all including experts concerned with the IT security industry, people who make decisions on the integration and procurement of computer security, etc.

The first issue of SECUREVIEW will provide revealing insights into:

  • Current keylogging techniques
  • Recent Internet fraud phenomena
  • Vulnerabilities in Adobe software
  • The banking Trojan scene ..and much more besides!

Publication frequency of SECUREVIEW is quarterly. You can download the first issue of SECUREVIEW at here. [Via – Techtrickz]


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  3. Really informative and great gift to me. Thank dear for sharing such a good news!


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