There's more evidence that 2014 was a really bad year in the fight against malicious software. Panda Security says the number of new malware strains it detected doubled compared with 2013.
A new Twitter scam teases a fake video of the president punching someone for calling him a derogatory term, all in the hope of stealing passwords and pushing malware.
With a slew of security breaches and cyberattacks, the second quarter was "one of the worst on record" for security, says a new report from Panda.
First quarter sees Android malware, an increase in Trojans, and a cyberattack on HBGary Federal, according to a report from Panda Security.
The social network's new encryption setting doesn't work with games and other apps, and it won't protect against the increasing number of malware attacks targeting Facebook users.
The bad guys are taking advantage of a huge black market of online stores and forums to sell stolen bank account data and other information, according to a report.
Report also finds that Trojans are to blame for 55 percent of all malware threats, with many focused on stealing information in order to access financial accounts.
Practical advice on recognizing the phishing and malware attacks that exploit brand names to rob you of your money.
Notices of winning the lottery and requests from Russian women who want to know you better are also up there on Panda Security's ranking of decade's top Net swindles.
Another security firm finds Mariposa malware on a new Android-based HTC Magic from Vodafone, according to PandaLabs.