Russian crooks have put up a fake ProtonVPN website to get you to download and install malware.
Now that Windows Defender is so reliable, what's the point of paying for antivirus software? There are still a few good reasons.
Scam emails promising coronavirus cures or safety tips are trying to steal your passwords or infect your computer.
Antivirus makers are finally starting to see the threat of stalkerware apps, but more needs to be done to protect victims from digital domestic abuse.
Mac users are likely to see far more adware and other threats than their Windows counterparts, Malwarebytes says.
A new variant of the Emotet Trojan is a Wi-Fi worm that can hop over the air from one wireless network to another.
Dozens of phishing sites and hundreds of malware-laden files offer to show you Oscar-nominated movie for free, Kaspersky reports.
Avast announced that it and its subsidiary AVG would no longer share user browsing data with advertisers, following reports that detailed the practice.
Avast and AVG's free antivirus software collects your browsing history and sells it, but there are ways to opt out.
Kaspersky researchers say the Shlayer Trojan hit 10% of Macs in 2019 and comprises 30% of Mac malware attacks just by itself.
Google announced an alliance with three mobile-security firms to fight Android malware, a tacit admission that the tech giant needs help in that department.
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Qihoo 360 Security promises an extensive feature set, but many of the features don't work, and the free version is drowning in ads.
Popular Android app with 100 million downloads was infected with a backdoor sometime in its lifecycle.
Malwarebytes for Mac Premium is Unproven and lacking in special features. Use the free version instead alongside better Mac antivirus software.
Kaspersky antivirus software put what appeared to be tracking IDs on all web pages rendered in browsers.