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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.
A laptop infected with 6 of the most dangerous computer viruses in history was sold at auction to an anonymous buyer for $1.345 million — here...
Whoever the buyer is, they have an eye for computer viruses. The malware running on the laptop is responsible for $95 billion in financial damage.
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.