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Bots, Phishing, Malware: How Hackers Target Steam Users

Wherever there is a victim to be scammed, a service to be hijacked, or an item to be stolen, there will be people ready to make a profit. In the world of gaming, the stakes are higher than ever: in-game items can now fetch thousandsShow More Summary

Netizen Report: Emails Suggest Lebanon Used Angry Birds to Infect Devices With Malware

The Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world. It originally appears each week on Global Voices Advocacy. Juan Arellano, Ellery Roberts Biddle, Hae-in...Show More Summary

Station Eleven

Late last night. I was running a malware scan on my computer and reading a novel, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. The story, which is about a group of Shakespearean actors in a world devastated by a mysterious virus, was starting to get spooky so I set it aside, not wanting to read something bizarre just before bedtime. Show More Summary

News, entertainment sites hotbed for serving malware ads, says report

More than half of "malvertising" attacks come from news and entertainment sites.

Hammertoss: Russian hackers target the cloud, Twitter, GitHub in malware spread

FireEye says a new virulent strain of malware buries itself in network traffic to avoid detection.

Extra sneaky Hammertoss malware acts just like you on your computer

Security company FireEye says a Russia-sponsored group uses malware that mimics normal computer use while stealing sensitive files.

?Stagefright: Just how scary is it for Android users?

If your smartphone or tablet vendor doesn't fix the Stagefright security hole, this text-message based malware can be really scary. But you can protect yourself from it with a few simple steps.

Stagefright Targets The Android Platform

Ever experienced stagefright before? I suppose imagining the audience to be naked might help, but when we talk about Stagefright: The Malware, then it is a different story altogether. If you are an Android user, then you might want to...Show More Summary

Android 'Stagefright' Bug Leaves Up To 950 Million Devices At Risk

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Android owners beware: Your device is likely at risk for malware that's transmitted via text message. The security flaw was discovered by Joshua Drake at Zimperium zLabs back in April. He informed Google, which makes the operating system, then publicized the bug on Zimperium's blog Monday. Show More Summary

Android Flaw Can Give Hackers Access With Just One Text Message

There are many who support Android’s open ecosystem while others express concerns related to malware and security vulnerabilities that can put millions of people at risk. It’s not like Google isn’t doing enough to ensure that Android users are safe but when has that ever stopped hackers from trying to find a way in. Show More Summary

Oh Great, New Android Flaw Lets Hackers Into Your Phone With Just a Text

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The best defense against any of your gadgets becoming flooded with malware has always been personal vigilance. “Hmm, this app looks sketchy and is from a third-party app store I’ve never heard of. NOPE!” But a new vulnerability, discovered by security experts at Zimperium, can attack your phone with just a text. Read more...

The 'Stagefright' exploit: What you need to know

There's a scary-sounding story going around this morning about the "worst Android vulnerability in the mobile OS history!" (Exclamation point theirs, not ours.) The gist is that malware could be embedded in a video, which theoretically could be exploited without you doing a single thing. And, oh, just about every Android phone is vulnerable. So should you worry? Let's discuss.

Avast Antivirus – Best Free Antivirus and Malware Solution for 2015

Avast is one of the antivirus programs that can protect your computer from the dangers and the menace of malware. It is equipped with anti-spy technology, anti-rootkit, and the ability to protect your system. This app has got numerous modules. Show More Summary

Microsoft Boasts That Windows 10 Is The Most Secure Windows Ever

Windows has gotten a lot of flak over the years as being a platform that is constantly targeted by hacks, malware, viruses, and so on, making it seem like Microsoft isn’t doing a good enough job of securing it. However when you’re one...Show More Summary

Security in Windows 10

Today, we’re sharing more on security in Windows 10. Windows 10 has more built-in security protections to help safeguard you against viruses, phishing, and malware, it’s the most secure Windows ever. New features are now delivered through automatic updates, helping you to stay current and your system to feel fresh, so you’re free to do. […]

Zero Day Weekly: Jeep hacking stunt, JPMorgan bust, Ashley Madison and LifeLock 'had one job'

Notable security news items for the week ending July 24, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.

Find out if your Windows PC is infected with Hacking Team malware

A leak pushed hundreds of Gigabyte of data from Italian based company Hacking Team into the open. While analysis of the data is still ongoing, it resulted already in the patching of several critical vulnerabilities. Rook Security, one...Show More Summary

All Malware Is Theft And That's OK

The Hacking Team and NSA leaks have proven malware is always stolen and appropriated, not just by the "bad guys", but all kinds of hacker. That can't be stopped, and rather than try to prevent the spread of malware by imposing inane laws, the US government should embrace it with some more creative thinking.

Boeing & Hacking Team Worked on Drones That Would Hack Computers Via Wi-Fi

A division of Boeing wanted to work with malware firm Hacking Team to create a spyware-carrying drone that could infect computers via Wi-Fi, according to leaked emails published by WikiLeaks.

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