Researchers say WireLurker can infect installed iOS applications, automate a generation of malicious iOS applications and spread through enterprise provisioning.
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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".
According to Trend Micro, consumers are being placed at risk due to rising rates of malware aimed at online banking and malicious applications.
According to Trend Micro, there are over one million malicious applications currently up for download on the Android market.
Google has found a fix for a vulnerability in Android's security model that could allow attackers to convert 99 percent of all applications into Trojan malware.
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.
Malware makers are turning to quite sophisticated tricks to disguise the true purpose of rogue applications.
Microsoft has released a beta of a new version of its free Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) anti-virus/anti-malware client.
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.
Cyber crooks are infecting popular mobile platforms through malicious applications and, unfortunately, no mobile platform is immune from the destruction it can cause.
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
Google is cracking down on malicious Windows applications with the expansion of its browsing blacklist, announced today.
Google has responded to an Android market malware scare by removing the applications remotely. But Google's incident with malware is only likely to be the beginning as future attacks are certain.
Malicious hackers are selling a $25 toolkit to anyone interested in creating and distributing dangerous Facebook applications
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.
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