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The Flame malware was apparently infecting computers for as long as four years, but was detectable by antivirus software, an analysis suggests.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center is warning people about a new Citadel malware platform used to deliver ransomware, named Reveton.
A security firm says Apple's lack of support for older Macintosh operating systems leaves Mac users vulnerable to cyber security attacks such as the recent Flashback.
UPDATE: U.S. President Barack Obama ordered the Stuxnet cyberattacks on Iran in an effort to slow the country's development of a nuclear program, according to a report.
The Bluetooth functionality of the Flame cyberespionage malware could potentially be used to pinpoint the physical location of infected devices and allow local...
Legitimate browser functionality can be abused to trick users into believing that a trusted website has asked them to download a file, which is actually being...
Rogue copies of Green Simurgh, an Internet proxy software application used in Iran and Syria, have been found to contain malware that records users' activities...
A McAfee study of PCs around the world found that 17 percent had no antivirus protection, and the U.S. outpaced the average with 19 percent of PCs unprotected.
The sophisticated cyber espionage malware known as "Flame" was discovered after computers within Iran's energy industry were wiped clean of data, a security expert said Tuesday.
'Flame' is a sophisticated malware attack, but one vendor takes issue with the hyperbole over the threat and calls it "2007 era technology."
The volume of global electronic messages sent via e-mail dwarfs all other forms of electronic communication, and keeping tabs is a daunting -- and essential -- task.
A new, highly sophisticated malware threat that was predominantly used in cyberespionage attacks against targets in the Middle East has been identified.
Malware isn't the only threat to your smartphone. These handy utilities will block snoops and control rogue apps on your Android handset or iPhone.