- News tagged "malware"
Monday, 2 Nov 2015
Thanks to deep learning algorithms, you may not have to update the signature database of your next-generation anti-virus software.
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
Azimuth Security researcher Mark Dowd discovered a bug in AirDrop, Apple's file sharing service in iOS and OS X, which allows a hacker to take control of your iPhone and Mac. Read on to find out more about the bug and how you can prevent it.
Monday, 14 Sep 2015
ESET has discovered a new ransomware that locks up Android devices with a PIN, the first of its kind to do so. So far, the majority of affected users originate in the US, but it's probably wise to exercise due caution.
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015
A newly discovered malware, named KeyRaider, has stolen over 225,000 Apple account logins, harvested from jailbroken iPhones. Users affected have had unauthorised purchases made using their Apple accounts; some have had their iPhones disabled for ransom.
Wednesday, 5 Aug 2015
Have you visited Yahoo lately? Beware, because the company's ad network has been used by hackers to send malicious code to computers that have visited Yahoo's portal since July 28.
Tuesday, 4 Aug 2015
Security researchers have demonstrated how Macs are vulnerable to firmware worms (just like PCs) by developing the first firmware worm that attacks Macs remotely
Friday, 15 May 2015
If you're one of the millions playing GTA V on the PC, you might want to read this. It's especially important if you're using mods in your game.
Thursday, 5 Mar 2015
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen's office has just announced that it has launched an investigation into Lenovo's use of Superfish's software in their computers. The U.S. Government recently warned that Superfish's software leaves users vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Monday, 23 Feb 2015
For a technologically advanced nation, the US seems to be dragging its feet in creating effective cyber defenses. Now we know why.
Thursday, 13 Mar 2014
An IT consultant claimed he has found a security flaw in the Android version of popular instant messaging software, WhatsApp. By using a malware with unrestricted access to the Android device's SD card, a hacker is able to extract WhatsApp private messages and upload them without the owner's knowledge.