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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.
Email phishing scams have grown more sophisticated since they first began popping up in corporate inboxes in the 1990s.
Antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab has launched a free removal tool for the Flashback Mac OS X malware and a website where users can check whether their computers...
Cybercriminals are using the Zeus online banking malware to target companies that use cloud-based payroll services, researchers from security firm Trusteer said...
A Mac developer has posted a tool that detects a Flashback malware infection on Apple's computers.
The new drive-by download attacks don't require user interaction to infect computers with malware.
Regulators are urging Internet companies to alert consumers about their data-gathering activities--but if you want to seize control now, some browser add-ons can help.
Trojan-style malware impersonates cops on an infected system and assesses a "fine" for accessing Internet porn or violent material.
The Flashback Trojan has compromised an estimated 600,000 plus Macs, making it comparable to the massive Conficker worm botnet that affected Windows PCs.
This free VPN tool helps keep you safe on public Wi-Fi hotspots -- and lets you access U.S.-only content when traveling abroad.
Apple sat silently on the sidelines knowing that a Trojan horse was attacking Mac OS X systems in the wild.