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Gauss Malware: What You Need to Know
Another day, another scary computer virus tearing through the Middle East. The latest piece of malware is called Gauss, and it's designed to steal bank account credentials while gathering as much information about the infected machines as possible.
Should the new Gauss malware be of concern to the average PC user? Probably not, but it never hurts to bone up on the basics anyway:
The most famous -- and mysterious -- font (yes, we're talking typeface) in the information security world right now is Palida Narrow.
Gauss Threatens Malware Tool Boom, Security Experts Warn | PCWorld
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