An uncovered variant of the Boonana Trojan that made the news last week has been identified, but the risk to careful Internet surfers is low.
Sophos, ESET, and Trend Micro have all announced new antivirus products for the Mac. But the question remains: Is there really a threat?
A new cross-platform malware could pose a threat to Mac users, but some security firms say that concerns are overblown.
Adobe's chief security executive said that the bull's-eye will be on the back of Reader X when the new version ships next month.
A hacker critical of the U.S. war in Iraq has claimed responsibility for the 'Here you have worm.'
A report from researchers at HostExploit ransk Demand Media as the worst ISP for hosting malicious servers.
Researchers at Russian security company Kaspersky Lab say they've discovered first malicious software program to target Google's Android operating system.
Shakespeare had it right: first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers. For one thing, it would stop frivolous patent lawsuits, but I can also think of one iPhone thief who might give that a thumbs up. In other news, Dell and Motorola are both swatting hardware bugs like there’s no tomorrow.
Antivirus maker McAfee has announced the availability of two of its protection products, Internet Security and Family Protection, for the Mac.
New research has further confirmed the difficulties security software companies are having keeping up with an explosion in malicious software programs.