The malware hits keep coming. Just as the defenses there are new attacks via spyware, adware, viruses and worms. Keep current with the latest threats, which are increasingly creative.
Articles about Malware
If you have 1.9 million bots at your disposal, which do you think would make more money? Apparently the criminals have figured that out for us.
The research might seem like Aussies are overconfident, but 90 percent actually have security software installed on their PC.
Criminals are actively abusing the zero-day vulnerability found in Internet Explorer, with exploit code now being found in the wild.
The National Security Agency bought hacking tools from a security firm, based on documents unearthed by a FOI request.
While the debate continues on whether some of the apps allowed on the App Store and Google Play are malicious, Sophos claims that users are going to make up their minds for businesses by voting with their downloads.
A new campaign against South Korean institutes appears to be the work of North Korean hackers, according to Kaspersky Lab.
A new trojan has been discovered by security researchers, who say that although similar to the infamous Zeus and SpyEye, "Hesperbot" is a potent member of a new malware family.
The Syrian Electronic Army's hacking campaigns have raised the ire of the FBI.
IT leaders are improving security and reducing risks as they adapt to new -- and often harsh -- realities of doing business online.
There are many good Windows security suites on the market. The 2014 editions of Norton Antivirus, Norton Internet Security and Norton 360 are among them.
Database said to be the first in the world to be open to the public for free, and contains information on malicious software, computer viruses, decoy IP addresses and how to detect, identify and remove them.
Top security researchers and hackers on device spyhacks explain how UK police are hacking David Miranda's computer and phone, and what to do if it happens to you.
The high-end of malware is reaching a new level quality that comes from it being written by professional organizations with real budgets and high standards. Be afraid.
Problems with domain name servers caused unsuspecting websites to carry the Black Hole exploit kit.
A new report released by Trend Micro says that mobile malware rates are skyrocketing.