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It's rare, but not impossible, for iPads to get viruses. Here's how you can defend your iPad from any virus or malware.
It's incredibly rare for an iPhone to catch a virus, but not impossible. Here's how to diagnose and remove any existent virus from your iPhone.
Criminals could be secretly mining cryptocurrency on your computer, especially if you live in Asia Pacific: Microsoft study
Off-the-shelf products for covert mining are easily available, and they're putting computers at risk.
The everyday risk of viruses on the iPhone is virtually zero, but there are still some simple precautions you can take to protect yourself.
Hackers gained access to a Singapore finance company and almost made bank transactions after a senior manager opened a phishing email
Hackers sent a senior manager a targeted email, containing his recent travel plans and meetings.
More than 500,000 people downloaded games on the Google Play Store that were infected with nasty malware — here are the 13 apps affected
Two apps containing malware were promoted by Google in the Play Store, and 11 others were also found with malware.
Apple’s new MacBook Air and 2018 MacBook Pros disconnect the microphone when you close the lid to stop hackers from eavesdropping on your conver...
It's a good step forward for security, but it doesn't help if your Mac laptop's lid is open.
One of Apple’s key chip manufacturers was hit with a virus that targets Windows computers — and it took nearly 3 days to recover
Apple supplier TSMC was hit by a virus over the weekend. TSMC makes the processors that are currently used in the iPhone X and iPhone 8 to Apple's specifications.
The uproar over how ‘Fortnite’ is being released for Android shows how much we have acquiesced to Apple’s way of doing business
Not that long ago, it wasn't unusual at all for a developer to distribute its software through its own website. App stores have made things easier and more secure, but at a price.
The FBI is warning you to reboot your router to prevent a new attack — here’s everything you need to do
On Friday, the FBI said anyone who uses a router to connect to the internet should reboot their routers. That will "temporarily disrupt the malware and aid the potential identification of infected devices," according to the FBI. Here's how to do it.