Google sometimes does good deeds for the Internet community. They are using the wide reach of the Internet to inform Windows users of potential malware threats on their computer.
Congress has been warned that imported software and hardware components are being deliberately infected with spyware and malware.
Security experts are warning that the death of Osama Bin Laden is being exploited by hackers in order to spread malware.
Security researchers have identified a new strain of OS X malware dubbed "MACDefender."
Sometimes it seems as if everyone is trying to rain on Google's Android parade - including naughty cyber criminals.
The number of smartphone users is growing exponentially every day. Devices once considered the domain of the privileged classes are now affordable to the masses, with some selling for as little as $100.
Google security experts have removed a number of malicious apps recently published in the Android Market.
Google has kicked 21 apps out of the Android Market for being stuffed full with malware.
It seems as if nefarious cyber criminals are now seriously targeting mobile devices as well as PCs. Indeed, malicious attacks against mobile phones increased by a staggering 46 percent last year.
Beijing has kicked off a crackdown against handset vendors deliberately distributing Android-powered mobile phones infected with stealth malware.
Unfortunately, the scourge of malware isn't limited to terrestrial-based Windows computing.
PC and Mac users are more educated than ever about viruses and phishing attacks, so what's a hacker to do? Turn his attention to smartphones, of course.
US law enforcement officials have apprehended two suspected ZBot "mules" in Wisconsin.
Mac OS X may not be as vulnerable to nefarious worms, trojans and viruses as a Windows-based PC.
Nevertheless, the popular operating system can hardly be characterized as 100% secure.
SecureMac has positively identified a nefarious trojan horse that affects Mac OS X - including Snow Leopard (10.6) - the latest version of the popular operating system.
Symantec is stepping up its fight against malware with the introduction of a next-gen platform dubbed "Ubiquity."
A high-ranking US military official has warned that the threat of cyber-warfare is rapidly "redefining" the front lines of national security.
Cisco security researchers have positively identified a malicious spam campaign targeting LinkedIn users with fake contact requests.
Frenetic cybercriminals are reportedly creating 57,000 malware-based websites per week to exploit high-profile brand names.
TechCrunch Europe is sounding the all clear after recovering from a recent attack by hackers who planted a malicious script on the popular site. However, the comments section remains locked down while TC attempts to "track down" any remaining malware "issues."