Somehow spyware disguised as anti-malware, Adware Doctor, was allowed into the Mac App Store. It was removed after gaining 6,000 positive reviews.
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Because of an exploit with Safari, hackers can interfere with downloaded zip files, leaving Macs open to malware, but there’s an easy workaround.
The Lazarus Group has made a new strain of malware, AppleJeus, which is designed to steal cryptocurrency funds and can infect Mac computers as well.
Deeplocker is an application made by IBM to demostrate how one software can use AI to turn itself into malware that strikes only the right people.
A new Anubis Android malware tries to catch when you log onto your banking service and send your sensitive data back to the hacker.
A new type of desktop shortcut malware changes the destination a desktop shortcut is pointing to so it executes malware on click.
The FBI has been warning the public about the router-based malware VPNFilter. This is what you need to know about VPNFilter and how to protect yourself.
Facebook has seen a lot of attacks in the past, but the recent malware, referred to as “Nigelthorn,” is particularly nasty for Chrome users.
New hackers now turn their gaze towards mobile phones which boast a decent amount of performance for their chips. It’s time to arm yourself to combat the issue.
In Minecraft you can easily change how the character looks in the game with a PNG file. This method of customization, however, has recently come under attack by a MInecraft malware that is buried within the PNG files themselves.
A hacking group has released a new malware set to attack those using Windows with Internet Explorer once they open an Office file. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.
While Chrome extensions have allowed us to have a great deal of flexibility to customize the browser, beware, as you might have installed a fake ad-blocker extension you thought would protect you!
What if malware apps can skirt around the Play Store’s virus detection system? This is the case of the malware called “Andr/HiddnAd-AJ,” which managed to sneak its way onto the app store and infect 500,000 devices before it was caught.
Recently, we’ve seen a spike in an interesting method of spreading malware – by not using files at all! Here is what you need to know about fileless malware and how to protect yourself.
Recently there’s been a nasty spike of malware found in a large number of low-cost Android phones. This Triada malware is installed during the manufacturing process of the phone, and you can’t just uninstall it.
Yet another malware attack has been discovered, but the good news is Windows Defender did its job and prevented 400,000 attacks within a short amount of time.
For decades the clipboard has been an everyday occurrence of the computing experience. But now attackers have found their way to your clipboard so that they can insert malware that will steal your cryptocurrency.