President Mahmud Ahmedinejad of Iran recently said â─°severalâ─² of Iranâ─≥s uranium enrichment facilities were attacked and damaged by malicious software.
According to internet security researchers, an upgraded version of the Alureon malware is now targeting 64-bit versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7.
According to a recent report by an internet security company, cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated in their tactics, a trend that will emerge in 2011.
While Facebook has been a frequent target for malware, a recent study shows just how vulnerable users of the site are to attacks.
The official website of the Asian Taekwondo Union was recently hacked, the day after it posted an article in which it accused a Taiwanese athlete Yang Shu-chun of cheating.
According to the recent testimony of several internet security experts at Capitol Hill, the Stuxnet malware is one of the biggest ever threats to cyber security.
According to an antivirus software company, malware levels are at an all-time high and are still rising.
Researchers at a Canadian internet security firm helped strike a major blow against the Koobface botnet.
According to a recent report, the Koobface malware made more than $2 million between June 2009 and June 2010 through its botnet.
According to an internet security firm, malicious spam is on the rise.
The Committee to Protect Journalists recently reported a new malware strain that lures victims through a fake invitation to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.
Internet security researchers have discovered two bugs in Googleâ─≥s Android operating system that might allow attackers to install malware.
An internet security firm recently published a new advisory, warning Harry Potter fans about new spam that uses search engine poisoning to infect computers.