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No reports of UK infection, says NCSC.
2.27 million 32-bit users affected.
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Sites to be blocked for a month.
Former staff less than truthful, he says.
NSA fingerprints on the Equation Group.
Over 6,000 eliminated so far.
Audio-based networking threat discovered.
NIST has issued a draft proposal to protect BIOSes from malware.
Apple's OS X machines have been recruited into a half-million strong botnet through a drive-by downloader.
Nearly a third of PCs in Europe are reportedly infected, despite many having anti-virus software.
Mac machines make up 16 per cent of a botnet's systems, despite their reputation for security.
Microsoft has released an e-book called "Own Your Space" to teach teens 'net safety.
The first rootkit capable of attacking 64-bit Windows builds has been spotted in the wild.
Intel has bought anti-virus vendor McAfee in a $7.68 billion deal - but the big question is why?
A Trojan planted in the source code of the UnrealIRCd package for Linux has been discovered.
A bad virus definition for Norton Anti-Virus left users unable to play World of Warcraft last week.
Research by Matousec has unveiled a new attack which can bypass anti-virus packages.
McAfee has pledged to refund "reasonable expenses" for those caught by its false-positive update.
A bad signature update for McAfee anti-virus software quarantines svchost.exe - killing Windows.
BitDefender has become the latest anti-virus vendor to issue an update which wipes important Windows system files, leaving customers' PCs unbootable.
The Windows software which was bundled with a model of USB-powered battery charger from Energizer has been found to install a Trojan horse program on host systems.
Microsoft's Scott Charney has suggested that the problem of malware-infected PCs could be solved through general taxation - offering a free 'digital healthcare' service.
Kaspersky has been granted a US patent on its latest creation - a hardware-based anti-virus system designed to sit between the motherboard and the storage device.
A Space Invaders clone for the Mac deletes a file each time an enemy is killed - but its author claims it is art, rather than malware.
Security firm Websense has issued a warning regarding a major attack against Outlook Web Access portals, designed to install a banking Trojan into company systems.
The Mozilla Foundation has released a demonstration of its new Content Security Policy system, designed to prevent cross-site scripting attacks completely.
Security firm Finjan has alerted users to a particularly insidious new Trojan which infects Windows-based systems and steals money from on-line banking systems.
Microsoft has released its Security Essentials, a free anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-malware package for Windows - and reviews are positive.
Google's DoubleClick advertising brokerage has been used by ne'er-do-wells to put malware-laced ads on some of the web's top sites - but the company blames others.
Reports of cases of swine flu at the Penny Arcade Expo have been confirmed by organisers.
A pair of flaws in Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader are being exploited by ne'er-do-wells to drop a Trojan horse onto Windows boxes.
O2's German arm has unwittingly shipped unnamed malware on its Windows Mobile 6.1 Toshiba TG01 smartphones - but has promised to replace all affected units.
A bug in the latest virus definitions for Computer Associates' range of anti-virus products left customers with important system files missing.
A new strain of malware - which attempts to exploit Internet Explorer and Firefox flaws to infect passing visitors - has latched itself on to more than 40,000 websites.
The ESA has announced that it will not be delaying the next E3 in any way because of swine flu and that the event will go ahead as planned.
A new worm has been uncovered which targets routers based on the Linux operating system and makes them part of an IRC controlled botnet.
A pair of researchers claim to have developed malware which is resident in a system's BIOS, and which is capable of surviving a complete OS reinstall.