Facebook's fake account detection mechanisms can be defeated 80 percent of the time with the help of automated tools, researchers from the University of British Columbia say.
Another Mac Trojan horse is on the loose. This one uses your Mac to attack websites.
Another Mac Trojan horse is on the loose, and this one is meaner than ones that came before: It disables your Mac's automatic malware definition updates.
It was a week marked by the Kindle Fire's debut and the promise of an Apple event next Tuesday. The Weekly Wrap is here to help you keep tabs on those stories and oh so many more.
Apple has updated the malware protection system in Snow Leopard and Lion to look for a Trojan horse discovered last week that masquerades as a Chinese-language PDF.
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.