Linux users should not fool themselves into believing that they are somehow magically immune from malware attacks.
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog.
A little-known banking Trojan, developed in Russia, has managed to infect thousands of victims’ computers without the knowledge of their owners.
Learn more about it in my article on the We Live Security blog.
Dr Web researchers discover a sophisticated malware attack, designed to infect Android devices even after you think you have cleaned them up.
If you’re not yet running anti-virus software on your Android device, you are playing an increasingly dangerous game.
As if CryptoLocker wasn’t causing enough problems by infecting and locking thousands of innocent users’ Windows computers, security researchers have discovered a new variant of the ransomware that takes its propagation to a new level.
Security researchers at ZScaler have uncovered a malware attack, seemingly targeted against the computers of Chinese game players.
An alarmist warning has spread across Facebook once again, proving once again that many users are far too willing to pass on warnings without checking their facts with a reputable source.
A new malware attack is targeting Mac computers with a Python-based backdoor Trojan.
And Windows computers aren’t getting away scot free either.
A backdoor Trojan horse, which would allow a remote hacker to access your Mac computer without your knowledge and potentially snoop on your files and activity, has been discovered hidden inside a boobytrapped Word document.
Malware has infected the control systems used by the United States Air Force to fly Predator and Reaper drones, logging keypresses as the unmanned aircraft are flown remotely in Afghanistan, Libya, Pakistan and other conflict zones.
Was the R2D2 Trojan used by German law enforcement agencies to spy on citizens?
Read our FAQ, and learn more about this unfolding case.
A Trojan horse allegedly created by the German government to spy on citizens’ online activity and Skype conversations has been discovered.
Sit back, eat your popcorn, and get ready for the political storm if this proves to be true.
A keylogger is being blamed for a high profile attack which allowed hackers to gain control of the NBC News Twitter account, and post bogus messages about a terrorist attack.
Actor Simon Pegg says that his Twitter account was hacked in order to spread a malware-infected screensaver to his 1.2 million followers.
Read more in my article at Naked Security.