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Don't fall for hot bots as Tinder invaded by malware

You may have the hots for a bot if you've swiped right on a malware-peddling profile in dating app Tinder.

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See global cyberthreats mapped in real time

Where does your country rank when it comes to malware infection rates? A cool-looking but scary interactive map from Kaspersky Lab has answers.

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The Federal Trade Commission's Scam Alerts page keeps you up-to-date on the latest tricks of the fraudsters.

Spot and avoid the latest online scams

Among the recent targets of Web criminals are students, renters, and romance-seekers; everyone is at risk though, so keep your defenses up, up, up.

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Browser to highlight sponsored websites, Twitter's new design looks like Facebook, and malware apps pose as Flappy Bird.

Firefox to put ads in new tabs

Browser to highlight sponsored websites, Twitter's new design looks like Facebook, and malware apps pose as Flappy Bird.

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Firefox to put ads in new tabs

Browser to highlight sponsored websites, Twitter's new design looks like Facebook, and malware apps pose as Flappy Bird.

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Symantec: Politically motivated DOS attacks detected in Vietnam

Security firms and Google reported DOS attacks on Web sites of Vietnamese activists.

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CNET's Dan Graziano provides you with tips for securing your smartphone and tablet.

Keep your Android device safe from malware

CNET's Dan Graziano provides you with tips for securing your smartphone and tablet.

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Hackers steal 2 million passwords

Malware records keystrokes to steal Facebook, Google and Twitter passwords. Also, AT&T adjusts its monthly rates and Instagram invites press to a mystery event.

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Google failing to protect you from bad BBM apps, experts say

With multiple fake BBM apps in the official Android app store, security experts have condemned Google's failure to clean up its act.

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US actress Sandra Bullock arrives for the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ        (Photo credit should read ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Top 10 most dangerous celebs online (pictures)

When you search for these celebrities online, McAfee says, you have the best chances of landing on a page that tested positive for dangerous malware.

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How to tackle JavaScript-based ransomware sites

Ransomware holding you and your computer hostage? Don't worry, its scheme can easily be overcome.

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