Stuxnet, the virus designed to take out the Iranian Natanz nuclear facility in 2010, is now in the wild, and has infected a Russian power plant.
A 21-year-old pedophile took his computer to the police after ransomware told him it had discovered child pornography and wanted money to unlock the computer again.
The Washington Post is reporting that the U.S. Department of Justice has begun an official investigation on the former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General James Cartwright. Cartwright is suspected of being the source that exposed a top-secret mission where the Stuxnet virus/worm was uploaded inside Iran’s nuclear enrichment facility. The U.S.
The Zeus virus, which first appeared a few years ago has returned, and it is using Facebook to spread itself again. The Zeus virus is a very powerful Trojan horse, and once activated it will steal your bank account information once you log into your on-line bank account system. Zeus is a type of botnet
A new discovery developed by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham could act as a trigger to launch dormant viruses on your phone or computer. The trigger requires malware to already be installed on your device, and can activate them with the use of an an unknown and possibly undetectable signal. The signal