It's long been known that Macs aren't impervious to malware, and a recent fake antivirus program calling itself MacDefender appears to have affected more people than previously thought. Here's how to clean your Mac.
In an effort to protect users and curb phishing, the social network gives users a select e-mail address to send reports of the illegal practice.
With possible ties to malware targeting Iran, the Flame spying software is seen as the latest cyber espionage attempt from a nation state.
Ad for clothing line that is shown in ICQ also pops up a fake antivirus warning, encouraging the user to download a program that's not a legitimate antivirus product.
A new e-mail claiming to come from "The Facebook Team" is circulating. According to security firm MX Labs, that e-mail contains a Trojan horse called Bredolab.
When your phone goes walkies, you'll wish you'd installed security software to lock it down and find it. Do it now with this handy guide!
Among most prevalent June threats were a password-stealing Trojan, infected Windows media files, and a re-emerging Conficker, says Sunbelt Software.
Windows users are familiar with the fake anti-malware ruse, but this is the first time it's been targeted at the smaller Mac market. CNET tells you what MacDefender is and what it means for Macintosh users.
A new malware threat disguised as a legitimate antivirus software package for OS X called "MacDefender" has been discovered.
Windows can be scary place if you're no computer expert and your PC goes wrong, but most glitches can be solved by following these tips.