Computer hackers could create malicious software that crosses the line from technology to biology, crafting viruses that could spread dangerous epidemics.
The proof-of-concept exploit now circulating among hackers does not allow remote code execution -- necessary to compromise a system with malware -- but instead crashes a vulnerable machine.
The level of technical innovation and social engineering, as well as the targeting of business executives, are some of the new security trends that Symantec is warning people to be vigilant against.
Large numbers of data breaches are being initiated by targeted malware that antivirus software simply can't detect, according to an analysis.
Can't quite clean the malware from your PC? You might be the victim of a rootkit. Kaspersky's free utility should help.
The security vendor took the unusual step of urging users to disable the program after claims that a hacker group was mining stolen source code for vulnerabilities.
Bitdefender’s security suite blends a friendly design with top-shelf PC protection for novices and advanced users alike.
G Data's security suite is one of the best defenders we’ve ever seen, and it takes the top spot among this year's crop despite a rough interface.
Symantec's Norton security suite will do a great job of keeping your PC safe, and the program is easy to use too.