Our top antivirus brands are having big sales this month.
Bitdefender Mobile Security is the best Android antivirus app, but Norton Mobile Security is a close second.
Here's the best paid and free antivirus software available based on each program's malware detection, performance impact and extra features.
Kaspersky's 2021 Windows antivirus lineup offers close to complete coverage without slowing down your computer much, although the least expensive program doesn't offer many extra features.
Bitdefender's Windows antivirus software offers excellent protection along with a slew of features meant to secure your family's systems and identities.
ESET's antivirus software barely slows system performance, but it offers middling malware protection and can get expensive if you have a lot of machines to protect.
Sophos Home Premium is inexpensive, easy to use and provides good malware protection, but it can slow system performance.
Norton 360 Standard, Norton 360 Deluxe and Norton 360 with LifeLock include the most complete antivirus-software and identity-protection-service combinations you'll find today.
A new Android malware called 'Alien' can steal passwords from more than 200 apps, log your keystrokes and even remotely control your phone.
A command-line tool buried in Windows Defender Antivirus can be used to download any file from the internet -- including malware.
Apple approved the notorious Shlayer malware for installation on macOS Catalina and Big Sur, security researchers say.
A new strain of the Qbot malware hijacks email threads and online banking sessions to steal passwords and other credentials, researchers say.
Microsoft is not forcing you to use Windows Defender, but a change in the Windows Registry options makes it much harder to go without any kind of antivirus protection permanently.
Avast Free Antivirus offers a ton of features for a free antivirus program but has mediocre malware protection and a heavy system load.
McAfee AntiVirus Plus' generous multi-license pricing makes this product an alluring option for families.
The FakeSpy Android malware now comes embedded in phony postal-service apps from all over the world.
Now that Sony has instituted its first bug-bounty program, up to $50,000 or more awaits successful bug hunters who find security flaws in the PS4 console.
The new 'Lucifer' malware barges into Windows machines, sets up cryptocurrency mining and then spreads throughout local networks using NSA-created exploits.
Cybercriminals are using a popular Google tool to steal credit card numbers from online shopping sites, Kaspersky reported.
Researchers warn that hackers are selling the personal information of players of the Stalker Online game to the highest bidder on the dark web.
North Korean state-sponsored hackers may try to launch a massive wave of phishing attacks against the U.S., U.K., India, Japan, South Korea and Singapore this weekend, a security firm said.
Researchers are warning network operators to defend against a dangerous keylogger that is expected to be around for some time.
Kaspersky is warning gamers of potential security threats because online crooks are using password-stealing Trojans to compromise online gaming accounts.
Phony emails claiming to involve victims in Black Lives Matter are infecting PCs with information-stealing malware.
A serious security flaw in smart-home devices could let hackers bypass security systems, steal data and launch cyberattacks.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the global pandemic by attaching malware to resumes and medical-leave requests.