Third App Launched for NnG Promotions
It's been 8 long months from the day of the announcement that NnG Promotions would be bringing world-class artist Mark Knopfler to Malta! For the third consecutive year, Malta's foremost promotions company has entrusted Seasus to handle their social media requirements, in particular the official Facebook page and the app.And today, exactly 2 months prior to the big day we have launched a new app, ... read more
Friday, 17 May 2013
Wanted! Local e-Content with global relevance
UN based World Summit Award searches for MALTA’s best eContent – Deadline for applications [01.07.2013]
Counterfeit drugs are a serious health risk and an economic issue in many African countries. In 2009, two web developers from Ghana created mPedigree, an SMS based mobile app protecting consumers from potentially harmful drugs. mPedigree was a World Summit Award Global Champion in 2012 (WSA). It shows how quality e-Content creates value add for users and opens up business opportunities for develop ... read more
Thursday, 16 May 2013
As Active as We Can Be
Seasus Launches Portal for ACTIVE GROUP
We are pleased to annouce that a new company has joined our growing portfolio of complex projects - Active Group of Companies Malta.Following a long term of planning and discussions, work started on developing a complex portal integrating a number of websites pertaining to one of Malta's leading companies, with services ranging from holiday planning to car hire, funeral services to real estate.All ... read more
Thursday, 02 May 2013
Seasus to participate in a Reality Show!
We’re delighted to launch the new portal liquorish.tv
Liquorish.tv is back online today more stylish than ever in time for Malta’s unique reality show comeback. Liquorish, now in its 8th edition will go on air 1st April 2013 on One TV.This year Liquorish promises one of the toughest adventures yet, with its destination still unknown, to be unveiled during the first programme on Monday, as always impeccably presented by Andrea Cassar, creator and prod ... read more
Thursday, 28 March 2013
The Magic of Flowers on Facebook
Seasus launches Online Shopping App for Romano Cassar Florists
It has been exactly one year since the launch of a revamped web presence for Romano Cassar Florists, major importers and growers of flowers and plants in Malta.Since then online sales have increased considerably, and this year we discussed how to take online sales a step further, inevitably on social media. For this reason we recreated the website in an app for the Facebook platform. The app aims ... read more
Friday, 01 February 2013
Incredible ... but true!
Our Donation App helps Charity breaks a record
Whatever it took to make this year's Istrina charity event a success, it worked. Malta's most loved fund-raising marathon held on Boxing Day every year collected a record sum in excess of three million Euros. During the 12 hour televised event, the Maltese population had the opportunity to make a donation via telephone, SMS or by personally handing the donation at Verdala Palace, centre of all act ... read more
Thursday, 27 December 2012
Watch Out for This Sneaky Facebook Scam
Disguised as a Photo Notification
The next time Facebook sends you an email about a friend tagging you in a new picture, be cautious — it could be a trap.
A new strain of malware identified by security firm Sophos as Troj/Agent-XNN has been circulating the social networking site, encouraging members to view photos as an attachment. After clicking on the infected link — which is disguised as a Facebook notification email — a ZIP file containing malware allows hackers to gain control over Windows-operated computers.
Although Facebook email notifications typically tell you which friends tagged you in a picture, this malware campaign states “one of your friends added a new photo with you to the album.”
This isn’t the first time spammers have used Facebook tagging to lure unsuspecting members. In July, SophosLabs detected another email circulating that did not contain attachments, but linked to compromised websites. These sites aimed to attack computers with the Blackhole exploit kit.