More malware targeting Google Android devices but pretending to be legit apps managed to sneak into Google Market over the long holiday weekend. Google is taking steps to yank them.
A new variant of a Mac-focused Trojan horse called MacGuard doesn't require an administrator password during installation. Mac users should be even more vigilant to remain safe.
Mac users who've downloaded the Mac Defender Trojan horse got some help from Apple Tuesday in the form of instructions on how to removal the malware off their Macs.
It may only be Monday, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to talk about, whether it's rumors about the next generation iPhone 5, an exciting real estate investment for Apple, or a surprise visitor at the Apple Store.
Microsoft said this week that it has evidence of a link between the fake security software now plaguing Mac users and a hard-charging family of similar software on Windows.
Three tales of partial truths! First, PCWorld tries to dispel the supposed myth of exclusive iOS apps (good luck with that). Then ZDNet assumes Mac users are babes in the woods and, finally, do white iPhones need to lay off the donuts?
A new Trojan horse aimed at Macs purports to be virus-scanning software with aim of parting users from their credit card information.
Intego has released VirusBarrier Plus, a new antivirus and anti-malware tool, to the Mac App Store.
Android users face a new threat, a rogue app that tells all their friends they pirated the program, according to a Symantec security manager.
Google will build new safeguards into Android Market, its application store for the Android mobile OS, following an attack that infected thousands of phones and forced the company to wipe the malware remotely from phones.