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Contrary to claims that Flashback has drastically declined, the number of compromised Mac systems may in fact still be growing.
The rogue tweets contained messages such as 'online virus check,' 'proven anti-virus,' 'excellent anti-virus.'
In an attempt to take advantage of the popularity of free photo-sharing app Instagram among smartphone users, malware writers have created fake Instagram...
Security firm Trend Micro says Apple topped its list of companies hit with vulnerabilities followed by Oracle, and Google.
Symantec thought it would have seen a greater decline in infections at this point in time.
Hackers are ramping up their attacks against Tibetan activists and are using increasingly sophisticated techniques to deliver malware, according to researchers...
Fear your Mac has the Flashback malware installed, but you aren't running Java? You'll want to grab Apple's standalone removal tool.
Apple is dealing with the harsh reality that Mac OS X has become a target for malware attacks, and it's responding with an innovative approach that others should emulate.
Mozilla developers are working on a new Firefox feature that will block the automated display of plug-in-based content like Flash videos, Java applets or PDF...
Rather than stock up on security software, concerned Mac users would do well to consider a more secure platform instead.
A new ransomware variant prevents infected computers from loading Windows by replacing their master boot record (MBR) and displays a message asking users for...
Some antivirus vendors acknowledge they've seen a spike in sales or in downloads of free programs for the Mac App Store.
Apple is taking steps to combat the malware currently infecting almost 600,000 Macs.
Microsoft released six security bulletins for April's Patch Tuesday, including MS12-027--a Critical fix for a zero day flaw attackers are already exploiting.