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The ordeal illustrates how a coordinated malware attack can bring an entire institution to a grinding halt.
Facebook is suing a Hong Kong ad firm, claiming it hijacked people’s accounts to run millions of dollars of deceptive ads
The social media giant is suing ILikeAd Media International Company, as well as two Chinese citizens.
In airports and train stations, avoid using public charging station. Bring your own charger, and only plug into outlets.
Apple removed 18 harmful apps from the App Store, but some of them are still available for Android users without adware
Many of the apps, which span fitness, productivity, travel, and other categories, contained malicious adware.
‘Can a Samsung Galaxy S10 get viruses?’: Here’s what you need to know, and how to troubleshoot an infected device
Your Samsung Galaxy S10 can get viruses, but there are simple ways to prevent malware infection and troubleshoot an infected device.
Over 6,000 devices in Singapore were hit by malware named after The Matrix villain ‘Agent Smith’, which secretly replaces apps with malici...
The dubious software stealthily disguises itself as a Google-related app.
A Florida city was forced to use pen and paper and pay a $500,000 ransom after hackers took control of its computers
Lake City's emergency services network was unaffected as it had extra security, but it's unclear if the city's main network had sufficient protection.
Samsung revealed that it’s possible for your smart TV to get a virus, just like a computer. Here’s how to make sure your TV isn’t in...
Samsung recently shared how to do a virus scan on your smart TV, and it's incredibly simple to make sure your TV is safe.
It affects older versions of the Windows operating system, and Microsoft says there are still nearly 1 million users out there without the fix.
A scary new hack created by researchers can accurately guess your password by listening to the sound of your fingers tapping the phone screen
A new research paper shows how the microphones in smartphones could be used to listen for the sound waves made when users type their passcodes.