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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.
Malware has been discovered on two commercially available lines of digital photo frames over the Christmas period - one from Samsung, the other from Mercury.
Apple has updated its support site with a suggestion that users of Mac OS X employ some form of anti-virus defence in the wake of several Mac-based trojans.
Certain revisions of Asus' well-regarded Eee Box ultra-small desktop PC have been accidentally distributed with a nasty worm forming part of the default install.
Several laptops used by crew on the International Space Station for e-mail access and experiment monitoring are infected with a password-stealing worm.
SecureComputing has reported a new variant of the DNSChanger trojan, a nasty bug which attempts to reconfigure your broadband router to point at compromised DNS servers.
Anti-virus vendor Fortinet has issued a warning about a worm that spreads via MMS to phones running the Symbian S60 handset operating system.
A leaked memo authored by US retail behemoth Best Buy admits to selling a model of digital photo frame which includes an old Trojan.
Security firm McAfee has unwittingly prevented users of its software from accessing large numbers of web sites thanks to a botched virus definition update.
Wireless key-logging could be one of the next big threats according to a new white-paper on how to intercept signals from wireless keyboards using 27Mhz frequencies.
Browsers of legitimate sites such as Canada.com and MLB.com may find an unpleasant surprise on the sites - a virus contained in the banner ads.
If you have purchased a Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200 since August 2007, then it's time to break out your antivirus.
Microsoft’s security report is in and it shows a decrease in vulnerabilities and removed malware in newer versions of software. I should hope so too!
Skype has issued a warning to users that there is a worm doing the rounds that is affecting its Windows client.
A hacker group named "Storm Botnet" has spammed the Internet with spoofed YouTube emails to create a bot network.
A virtual bubonic plague is spreading through the Second Life servers. It's name? The Grey Goo.
The Cupertino Cowboys hold their hands up to a fairly serious problem - shipping their new iPods pre-installed with a Windows virus.
Google is now going to inform you if the website you have searched for hides malicious software. Surely a good thing.
A new rootkit can avoid detection by standard anti-virus software and change its code to adapt to its environment.
A group of security experts have discovered that Google can search inside EXE files, allowing them to search for malicious code.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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