Security researchers say they have positively identified a spam message campaign on Skype designed to spread malware with Bitcoin mining capabilities.
Malware writers are starting to take the Nintendo when it comes to hacking Apple gear.
Microsoft and Symantec say they've taken down a botnet that hit more than eight million computers worldwide.
Researchers at Russian cybersecurity from Kaspersky Labs say they've uncovered a massive cyber-espionage ring, dubbed Operation Red October, that's been operating since 2007.
Viruses and other malware are running rampant through medical technology, security experts have warned.
Google's reported to be developing a malware scanner for Google Play - with excellent timing, as the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has just issued a warning about increasing levels of malware targeting Android phones.
Fake Bad Piggies games sold in the Google Chrome web store may have infected 80,000 users with malware.
Twitter users are receiving direct messages, purportedly from friends, alerting them to Facebook videos in which they are said to feature.
Microsoft has discovered that cybercriminals within the hardware supply chain have been pre-installing malware on PCs in China so that they were infected before they were even taken out of the box.
Google's acquired VirusTotal, which offers a free service allowing users to scan files and website URLs for malware.
A number of security firms have positively identified a new piece of malware stalking the energy sector.
Kaspersky Lab is asking for help cracking an encrypted 'warhead' in the Gauss malware which it identified last week.
Who's sick and tired of Twilight? Actually, the question should be who isn't sick and tired of the Twilight series.
Let's hope there's no reboot, or a new series of books based on the characters when the frachise finally finishes up.
Security researchers say they have positively identified a new computer virus plaguing networks in the Middle East.
A malware attack is currently spreading across Twitter, claiming to link to an online photo of the recipient.
Morcut malware - aka Crisis - was apparently specifically coded to spy on infected Mac OS X users
by hijacking video and audio data.
If you're reading this, then you're OK - but, today, many people around the world will have a nasty surprise.
You can't help suspecting that many people won't notice the difference, but a new outbreak of the Trojan.Milicenso malware has left printers all over the world spewing out page after page of garbage.
A high-ranking Iranian minister says his country is bracing for more damaging cyber attacks by the United States, Israel and Britain.
A sophisticated computer virus that infiltrated and spied on Iranian networks was reportedly coded by the United States and Israel.