AVG 8.0 no longer downloads the home page of every search result returned by Google, Yahoo, and MSN, and now uses a blacklist to check sites for malware.
After two researchers assert that AVG's antivirus software for Windows Phone is "scareware," Microsoft removes the app from its marketplace.
Fourth-largest antivirus software vendor adds Exploit Prevention Labs' LinkScanner family of safe-browsing applications to its product offerings.
AVG updates free LinkScanner tool to scan the shortened URLs that are popular on sites like Twitter, then block any attempts to direct users to malicious Web pages.
We've got a host of Black Friday news today, like Apple retail stores matching online promotions, Sony still refuses to lower the price on the PS3.
A false positive tags a Windows system file as malware, leaving some versions of Windows XP unable to reboot.
A false positive causes some AVG antivirus software users to think they are under attack from a new Trojan horse.
A new, free tool to block recently compromised Web sites emerges from beta. We found it to be a useful product, but not without drawbacks.
Nearly two years after Microsoft issued a patch, enough systems remain vulnerable that criminals are still including this exploit--and others--in their bag of tricks.
New details have emerged about the attack over the weekend; some speculate it was automated.