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PC hardware can pose rootkit threat February 28, 2007 Memory space on components such as graphics cards, DVD drives and batteries can be used by miscreants to load malicious code onto PCs.
This week in Apple February 24, 2006 A flaw in Mac OS X could be a conduit for attackers to install malicious code on computers running the OS X software. Also: Apple confirms that it plans to introduce some fun new products.
Web attackers get better at hiding April 18, 2007 In cat-and-mouse game with security pros, cybercrooks are hiding malicious code in Flash animations and encoding it, expert says.
Trojan horse targets Skype users March 23, 2007 A variant of the Warezov Trojan horse has again been programmed to spread through the instant-messaging feature in Skype.
Is Mac OS as safe as ever? February 27, 2006 Trio of threats suggest hackers are now eyeing the previously ignored software. Should fans worry?
Cracking open the cybercrime economy December 14, 2007 Hacking for fun has evolved into hacking for profit, and created a business model nearly as sophisticated as that of legal software.
Fresh fields for open source July 17, 2006 Collaborative methods find fans in new areas of software development, from business tools to malicious code.
Uptick in Windows attacks reported September 1, 2006 Security experts warn of increased cyberattacks on Windows PCs, via a known security flaw, but Microsoft says all is calm.
Sponsored matches for "malicious code"