Heidi Klum is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS

Sep 15, 2011
McAfee has released its annual list of the most dangerous celebrities on the internet. Heidi Klum is #1. Not because she blows stuff up or hacks...

Google blowing whistle on malware

Jul 20, 2011
Google discovered a new strain of malware recently while doing some routine maintenance. Engineers noticed unusual traffic patterns coming from...

See? This is why you shouldn't cheat, kids!

Jun 14, 2011
A bunch of apps in the Android app store have been removed after they were found to have contained malware. The apps all advertised themselves as...

Mac owners' smirks get wiped even further off faces

May 26, 2011
A newer, even more aggressive form of malware for Mac does not require a user password to install itself and screw up your computer. We recently t...

New Mac malware wipes that smug look off of Apple fans' faces

May 20, 2011
For years, everyone's known that PCs are prone to malware and Macs are not. Just ask any Mac owner, they'll condescendingly tell you so. Well,...

Microsoft says 1 in 14 downloads is malware

May 18, 2011
New information from Microsoft about anti-malware efforts on its Internet Explorer (IE) browsers cast some light on the rise of malware downloads....

Iran says it's been hit with another computer virus

Apr 25, 2011
After Stuxnet took its nuclear facilities last year, Iran says it's dealing with another computer virus. This one they're calling Stars. Officials...

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Lizamoon attack hits hundreds of thousands of sites

Apr 1, 2011
Hackers have been able to hijack hundreds of thousands of websites in the past 48 hours and insert redirects in them that take you to a sham...

Next-generation ZeuS means trouble for you and your money

Feb 3, 2011
We reported on ZeuS last fall - it's a piece of malware that is very hard to detect, not that hard to infect your computer with, and very popular...

New research on Stuxnet shows it was likely meant to disrupt nuclear facility

Nov 16, 2010
In an updated version of its analysis of the Stuxnet worm that caused major problems for Iran's nuclear plant earlier this year, Symantec finds...

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