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Modern mobile devices don't suffer the same vulnerabilities as PCs, and those selling antivirus software for Android, iOS, and BlackBerry OS shouldn't be trusted.
Security firm McAfee is warning consumers to beware of 'scareware' programs that appear to be antivirus software but are actually scams that can steal data and infect your computer.
Lawsuits allege companies duped consumers into downloading fake scanning software and paying for software they don't need to fix computer problems they don't have.
The company's latest Security Intelligence Report shows a rise in the use of rogue security software and attacks targeting PDF, Word, and other common file formats.
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After two researchers assert that AVG's antivirus software for Windows Phone is "scareware," Microsoft removes the app from its marketplace.
The new thing in scareware are defragger scams that falsely claim a computer needs disk errors fixed, experts say.
"Scareware" and other malicious content are sneaking onto high-profile Web sites via ad delivery systems that are not secure, experts say.
Google's mobile OS gets targeted by 275 out of 277 new malware "families" spotted last quarter by the security specialist.
Using Internet access terminals at an airport might put you at risk of losing personal information.