PandaLabs, Panda Software's IT security laboratory, has created a new information tool for its users: the PandaLabs blog.
"It is a new initiative from Panda Software to share PandaLabs' information with other experts, or with anyone interested in IT security. All of this aims to achieve a higher level of security against Internet threats for all," says Luis Corrons, director of PandaLabs. He adds, "We want to inform all users of the day-to-day work of a security laboratory and show them the finest details that often go unnoticed, but are none the less important."
In the blog, the PandaLabs experts will inform about the appearance of new security risks, the latest IT security news, and relevant details about Internet threats. Some of the issues that are being currently commented on the blog are: The incredible resemblance of the Gaobot.AAG bot graphic with a space station from a famous science fiction movie. The use of spam to influence financial markets, or the way virus creators change the icons of the files in which they distribute their creations. This blog is available at http://blogs.pandasoftware.com/.
The contents of the PandaLabs blog are available for RSS and ATOM syndication feeds. In this way, they can be added to the different readers available to consult new content more comfortably.