A faulty security update to Malwarebytes' software has cause it to mistake legitimate files for malware code, leading to thousands of ruined computers
AV-Test, which is an independent Internet security group, says that the search engine Bing and Russia’s Yandex are far more likely to send a person to a malicious website than most other search engines available.
A new kind of Trojan is going around that converts your computer into a Bitcoin miner. Currently the outbreak of the trojan is mainly located in Eastern Europe, Spain and in parts of Central America but is progressing rapidly.
Cisco's 2013 Annual Security report has revealed that websites that appear to be safe-looking can have more dangerous malware links than what most people believe. The real bombshell was that pornography websites are often times a lot safer than ecommerce or search engine sites.
Hackers recently hit dozens of computer systems all across Europe due to a flaw recently discovered in Adobe’s software. NATO headquarters confirmed that they too had been attacked.
After a video was leaked to the Internet, the Raytheon Company was discovered to have a new type of technology that has the ability to track an individual's physical movements and predict their every move with extreme accuracy.
Computer security firm Kaspersky Lab made a major blunder with its latest anti-virus update, which blocked Windows XP users from accessing the internet.
The US Federal Reserve had admitted that hackers stole personal information from its servers during a hack that could affect as many as 4,000 bank executives.
Security experts are warning people not to run Java in their web browsers. While Oracle has issued a patch for the Java vulnerability, it may take up to two years before a complete fix is made.
A new Android based Trojan horse infection is behind the latest rash of Spam text messages.
One of the dangers of our ever increasing mobile world is that the malware out there is being made available through what they call "drive-by clicking" which potentially makes every link you click on a danger to your security and information. Yahoo and AVG have announced a partnership to help fight that danger.
Computer security firm McAfee Labs has warned that 30 US banks face a major fraud attack by hackers in the New Year, which could result in the loss of millions of dollars.
A jury could find Andrew Aurenheimer guilty of identity theft and conspiracy to gain unauthorized access to computers – he faces up to 10 years in prison for exposing AT&T's own mistake.
Europe is being hit hard by a new version of the famous Zeus trojan as over 30,000 users have found their PCs and smartphones infected and being used to steal their money.
It's no surprise that US military gets hit by a lot of cyber attacks but a recent report from the US Navy pegs that number at 110,000 attacks every hour, or 30 attacks every second of the day
John McAfee, founder of the namesake antivirus company, claims that he has proof that two of his employees plotted to kill him, adding another twist to an increasingly bizarre story.
John McAfee, founder of the anti-virus company that bears his name, has revealed a number of the disguises he is using to evade police, who want him for questioning about the murder of his neighbour.
John McAfee, founder of the namesake anti-virus firm, has sought advice on how quickly it takes for a phone company to locate a mobile phone signal and if there is anything that he could do to confuse or delay the system, according to Gizmodo.
Millionaire software developer John McAfee is currently in hiding from the police in the country of Belize. He is wanted in questioning concerning the shooting and murder of a fifty-two year old man by the name Gregory Viant Faull.
Qihoo 360, a China-based antivirus software company, has been accused of collecting users' personal information. Was this the company's fault, or is someone outside responsible?