Google booted 24 Android apps from its Play Store after they were found to be stealing contact info.
Popular Android app with 100 million downloads was infected with a backdoor sometime in its lifecycle.
A zero-day flaw exists in macOS, and it may have already been exploited in the wild to spread malware called OSX/Linker.
Apple iPhone users were hit by millions of malicious ads early in April, and researchers fear a second round of attacks this weekend.
Most of the Android antivirus apps tested by a leading lab didn't offer any real protection, and a few even increased the risk of infection.
Mac computers in several countries are being infected by Windows malware that can run on Macs but evades Apple's built-in protections.
The Triout spyware embeds itself in the Psiphon anti-censorship app, possibly targeting people trying to evade government repression.
New ransomware strain lets you pay with PayPal -- and then steals your credit card number, personal details and PayPal password.
North Korean hacking group targets Macs in order to break into cryptocurrency exchanges and steal digital money.
The free, built-in antivirus software in Windows 10 performs just as well as -- or even better than -- many of its paid competitors.
The D-Link DSL-2750B wireless router/DSL modem, distributed by Verizon, is under attack from the Satori Internet-of-Things botnet.
Installing Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV device leaves it vulnerable to infection by a crypocurrency-mining botnet.
A new Android Trojan does half-a-dozen malicious things, including mine cryptocurrency so intensely that devices may be physically damaged.
Nearly 2,500 websites force visitors to 'mine' cryptocurrency, but there are easy ways to avoid becoming a victim.
A ransomware worm called Bad Rabbit spread across eastern Europe Tuesday, with reports that night of outbreaks in other parts of the world.
AV-Test took 17 different antivirus products and cleanup tools and tested how well each could clean up a malware infection after the fact.
New ransomware features a foul-mouthed Thomas the Tank Engine demanding that you provide nude photos of yourself to free your computer.
The popular system utiity CCleaner was infected with malware by unknown hackers looking to take data and spread more malicious code.
More new strains of Mac malware have been found in 2017 than in any previous year, but adware is still the biggest headache for Mac users.
The young Englishman who accidentally stopped May's WannaCry outbreak was arrested by the FBI and accused of creating other malware.
ShieldFS, created by Italian researchers, is an add-on to the Windows kernel that detects, stops and reverses ransomware encryption.
A new malvertising campaign doesn't just redirect you to unsafe sites; it installs an Android app that can compromise your entire phone.
A well-hidden strain of adware wound up in the Google Play Store, and it could compromise your phone’s performance.
A brand-new tool may decrypt files locked up by the WannaCry ransomware, but it works only on Windows XP, Vista and 7.
UK hospitals, a Spanish telecom and organizations from the US to Taiwan were hit by ransomware that used an attack developed by the NSA.
Locky, a nasty piece of ransomware that has no easy fix, is back, and it’s ready to take advantage of Microsoft Word.
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