Well, that didn't take long. 'Pokemon Go' malware has already been spotted out in the wild, and may have infected your phone if you downloaded the game from a third-party source. Here's how to make sure you don't have it on your phone.
A new virus mimics Facebook notifications in Messenger. It spread to 10,000 people before a combined Facebook and Google effort slowed it down. Run a malware scan if your friends got some weird messages from you.
Mac users are being warned of a backdoor that's being distributed via a phony file converter app, which could potentially give hackers access to your system. Fortunately, the malicious app is not signed with an Apple Developer ID.
"HummingBad," a new Android malware, has infected more than 10 million devices worldwide, according to a new report by cybersecurity firm Check Point. It's generating more than $4 million a year in fraudulent advertising revenue.
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Sharing files and folders with your work colleagues might seem convenient, but the folders could be harboring a malicious threat. Over 10 percent of all shared folders in corporate environments now contain malware of some kind.
It looks as if malware may have allowed hackers to collect passwords for some 32 million Twitter accounts. The company insists its own servers are secure, and says it's currently investigating the matter.
Security firm Check Point Software Technologies found a vulnerability in Facebook's messaging system allowing hackers to alter chats for malicious purposes. For instance, a hacker could insert a malicious link, video, or image in…
A full 93 percent of all phishing emails now attempt to encrypt a victim's files, as ransomware becomes the attack vector of choice for those behind such actions. This is a far more serious threat than malware of the past.