A new phishing scam is circulating claiming to be from the FDIC, and containing a Trojan downloader file attachment.
Don't tell cybercriminals we're in a global recession. Business is good and the future is bright for cybercrime.
The Web and social networking are part of mainstream culture and daily life, so it is important to learn to use them safely and securely.
It is income tax season, which means a slew of malware and phishing attacks claiming to be from the tax man.
A worm is spreading on Twitter using goo.gl shortened URLs to direct users to a malicious fake antivirus site.
A phishing scam is circulating under the guise of a McDonald's survey with a $250 award for participating.
Twitter has been resetting passwords for accounts that started distributing links promoting fake antivirus software in an attack that used Google's Web address...
A group of malicious hackers based in Russia are now offering a "whitehat" toolkit of hacking tools and techniques.
Spam activity ceased almost completely over the holidays, but apparently vacation is over and spam is back in business.
Take a look at some of the big security stories of 2010 and take the lessons from those trends to arm yourself for 2011.