Articles about Malware
In the country dubbed the 'Hermit Kingdom,' just how does the cyber elite operate?
Sylvester Stallone is unlikely to be happy about the latest developments in the Sony catastrophe.
The US agency has warned US businesses to stay alert due to the discovery of some particularly nasty malware in the wild -- while North Korea refuses to deny involvement.
The ruling marks the first-ever criminal conviction concerning the advertisement and sale of mobile device spyware applications.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 28, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Opinion: As 2014 comes to a close, bugs are increasingly disclosed with catchy names and logos. Heartbleed's branding changed the way we talk about security, but is making a bug 'cool' frivolous or essential?
Europe's law enforcement agency has cracked down on the use of remote access trojans.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 21, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
The malware variant also has its eye on online commerce, transaction authentication software
The top security threats of 2014 include equal parts old mistakes, new adversaries, innocent human nature and the evils that people do.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 14, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
As Linux malware matures, Google's malware checker will give samples the same treatment as those uploaded for Windows.
Traveling on business? Beware — elite cybercriminals may be after your data.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 7, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
A new whitepaper from Bitdefender examined victims targeted in 850,000 Facebook scams. It turns out Facebook's user experience makes it easy for scammers to exploit users.
Sophos announced its first free business-strength antivirus program for Macs. See how it works on real malware.
This gallery offers insights into the consumer security industry, the Freemium business model, details some of the current trends within the antivirus industry, and explains the Avast! Antivirus business model, user demographics and market share.
With Avast! Antivirus 5.1 scheduled for release in Q4, 2010, the following slides offer a perspective into some of the new features, and improvements to be introduced in version 5.1.
With over 100 million users internationally, Avast! Antivirus reliance on the Freemium business model, has offered the company an unprecedented opportunity for a cost-effective worldwide market penetration. At a recent PR event in Prague, the Czech Republic, Avast! executives explained this business model, and offered insights into some of the current trends within the antivirus market.
June's cyber threat landscape gallery, features images from the malware, spam, phishing and crimeware campaigns that took place during the month. See also: Image Gallery: April's cyber threat landscape
Facebook phishing campaigns serving ZeuS crimeware, new Mac OS X malware variant, yet another cyber espionage network exposed, next to several reports detailing Opt-In botnets and how outdated vulnerabilities drive the growth of cybercrime - April, 2010 was a busy month for the security community.
In need of a fresh example that cybercriminals are actively looking for ways to monetize infected Mac OS X hosts? Early-stage discussions at several web forums, including a PoC (proof of concept, source code included) as well as the following potential layouts speak for themselves.Read the article: Mac OS X SMS ransomware - hype or real threat?
McAfee Total Protection 2010 is the latest in McAfee's security stable to offer all the bells, whistles and options that the company can squeeze into one security suite. This program is nothing if not extensive, as the following screenshots show.
The gang behind the Koobface botnet is periodically updating the template it relies on for infecting new years. Here are some of the most popular ones introduced by the gang throughout the year.
Microsoft has launched a new free security package today dubbed Microsoft Security Essentials.
This week Symantec made beta versions of its flagship Norton Internet Security 2010 and Antivirus 2010 products available for testing. We put NIS 2010 through its paces to see how it stacks up.
Taking a look at Microsoft Security Essentials, a free security product from Microsoft.
This gallery offers an inside view of those "beneath the radar" botnets that never make the news. The images have been collected throughout the past year by using open source intelligence, namely, by either joining the command and control IRC channel upon infection, or monitoring ongoing communications between the botnet masters.If you ever wanted to take an inside view of targeted-botnets primarily run by novice cybercriminals sometimes utilizing outdated, but very effective methods - this gallery is for you.
Finally, you can run your antivirus at the gateway, thanks to the $330 IPCop/Copfilter firewall 25-watt appliance -- no gimmicks or hacks.
Here's a list of ten free security tools you can and should be using to help protect, disinfect and manage your Windows computer.