Intego on Monday warned Mac users of a new Trojan horse that masquerades as a Flash Player installation package for OS X Lion.
A recent blog post from security research firm F-Secure announces the discovery of another up-and-coming Trojan horse, which poses as a PDF file but secretly installs a backdoor app.
A vulnerability in one of Lion's command-line utilities allows an attacker to change the password of the currently logged-in user, without supplying the existing password.
Next-generation iPhone rumors are back: It'll run on Sprint! It'll have a cheaper version for the developing markets! Meanwhile, if you're reading this on your iPad in the bathroom, I just want to caution you to watch out for, uh, malware.
An explosion in mobile malware during the last six months has more than doubled the chance that a user's Android smartphone will become infected, according to Lookout Security.
Apple on Friday released updates for all its iOS devices to eliminate a PDF vulnerability first brought to its attention by the German government.
Intego has launched VirusBarrier for iOS, which the company says in the first malware detection tool for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches.
Security researchers have found more malicious Android apps on Google's official download site and being spread through Chinese app stores.
Ted Landau describes how to keep your Mac's malware definitions up to date.
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