‘Billions’ number makes absolutely no sense.
New York Times forgot to convert the Brazilian real to US dollars.
Malware may create victims that do not use internet banking.
Boletos are a popular form of payment in Brazil.
Windows users reported the issue in blogs and forums.
Microsoft said they are working to find a solution.
It takes a while to learn that you can’t trust bits to identify people.
Manufacturer Gradiente had released no cellphones until now.
According to the company, they applied for the trademark in 2000.
Bills known as “Dieckmann” and “Azeredo” were approved.
Many internet issues remain unregulated in the country.
Facebook didn’t disclose if it validates the ads before publishing.
Criminals made pages requesting full credit card details from victims.
Sodexo cards allow employees to purchase specific goods.
Users complain some of the cards have already been ‘zeroed’.
Old definitions of malicious code no longer serve any purpose.
But people still think of ‘virus’ as the umbrella term.
Bank does not require some users to install a security software.
Internet Explorer’s user agent is changed to match Chrome’s on OS X.