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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium has introduced heuristics-based detection designed to identify malicious software based on behavior instead of on virus signatures, and "will support XP users for life".
While Singapore's global ranking for malicious activities dropped two spots to 39, its healthcare industry and particularly SMBs were most hit by phishing, spam and virus-contained e-mails, according to Symantec study.
The smartphone maker and anti-virus firm are joining up to help provide BlackBerry users greater ease of mind over an increase in malware-laden mobile applications.
Discussions of malware have their own equivalent to Godwin's Law: As the conversation grows longer, the probability that someone will derail the discussion by arguing over the meaning of 'virus' approaches near-certainty.
Microsoft has released a beta of a new version of its free Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) anti-virus/anti-malware client.
RogueKiller is a tool written in C++, which scans the running processes, and kills those which are malicious. It developed based on...
Microsoft is seeking testers for the next release of its free Microsoft Security Essentials anti-malware/anti-virus product.
Researchers from CSIS have monitored 50 different exploit kits, and found out that 31.3 % of users were infected with the virus/malware due to missing security updates.
USB Guardian is a special software application that prevents your computer from getting infected with nasty viruses an worms like...
Think you got a virus? Microsoft to the rescue!A few weeks ago, with little fanfare, Microsoft released a new downloadable on-demand security scanner to help techies deal with malware outbreaks
A fast-moving Twitter worm is in circulation, using Google's goo.gl redirection service to push unsuspecting users to a notorious scareware (fake anti-virus) malware campaign.
Internet service provider TalkTalk has said that it will reinstate its network-level security scheme called Virus Alerts that tracks every URL request made by customers.The anti-malware scanning system — known as Virus Alert — was quietly introduced by the company in July without telling customers that it was scanning URLs in order to provide on-screen virus alerts.
Microsoft made available to testers this week a new beta build (2.0.522.0) of its next release of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), the company's free anti-virus/anti-malware product for Windows.
Symantec's monthly global report finds retail sector under intense attacks involving malicious e-mail, while India has highest rate of virus-filled e-mail messages in Asian region.
The mysterious Stuxnet worm took center stage at the Virus Bulletin 2010 conference with a prominent security researcher dropping a raw hint that Israel may be behind the industrial-strength malware attack.
Researchers from WebSense are reporting on three currently active malware campaigns, attempting to trick end users into opening malicious HTML files, or automatically exploiting vulnerable PCs relying on the recent Adobe zero day flaw (CVE-2010-1297).
We've all probably been infected with viruses and/or some type of malware at some point. Well, let me clarify, those of us that use Windows.
With Windows 7 making buzz round the corner the security and protection have been started to get consolidated for pc running windows 7 operating systems. After all this time it seems that Microsoft has finally come out with their own malware and virus protection software.
Virus hunters have spotted the attacks on a popular song lyrics Web site. Any visitor to that Web site with the Java Plugin for Browsers installed (Internet Explorer or Firefox) will get infected with malware.
Popular gadget blog Gizmodo has acknowledged falling victim to an "elaborate scam" that served malicious ads for scareware (fake anti-virus) to its readers.
Virus hunters are raising the alarm for a large-scale spam attack that uses fake Facebook password-reset messages to trick PC users into downloading a dangerous piece of malware.
Comcast is launching a trial of a new automated service that will warn broadband customers of possible virus infections, if the computers are behaving as if they have been compromised by malware.
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