IBM has issued a rather dramatic cyber security warning alongside its mid-year X-Force Trend and Risk Report.
Authorities investigating a deadly 2008 Madrid air crash have discovered that a central (ground-based) computer system used to monitor technical problems on the aircraft was infected with Trojan horses.
Cameron Diaz is now the most dangerous celebrity to search for on the web, with a ten percent chance of landing on a malicious site.
Millions of websites hosted by Network Solutions may have been dishing out malware for months.
The Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC) has positively identified a malicious script embedded in image files.
Did you know that search engines such as Bing and social networks like Twitter are chronic distributors of nefarious malware?
A number of Dell motherboards may have been infected with malware code injected into embedded server management firmware.
Cybercriminals have reportedly increased their effectiveness by launching "multi-stage" attacks that combine messaging with other Web activities.
Apple has updated its OS X malware shield to protect against a backdoor Trojan horse that could theoretically allow hackers to gain control over an iMac, MacBook, or Mac Mini.
No, this article isn't accusing Microsoft Windows of being a scam. *Cough*
A number of Samsung S8500 Wave smartphones have reportedly shipped with a malware-infected memory card.
Japanese police have arrested two individuals accused of spreading a nefarious piece of malware that stole personal information and posted it on the Internet.
Hackers have reportedly targeted a number of websites powered by the popular WordPress platform.
Microsoft has established nine regional crime labs around the world to counter the supposed scourge of software counterfeiting.
Researchers at Google have discovered that Fake AV accounts for 15% of all malware the company has detected on the web, and 50% of that delivered by ads.