While 2010 was a tough year in the fight against malware, 2011 might be even tougher.
According to Venture Beat, the computing platforms that receive the most attention from the public in 2011 will also become targets for malware.
With malware running rampant around the internet, it can be useful to have more than just antivirus software for protection.
Botnets are among the most malevolent malware, taking control of entire computer networks, using them to publish spam.
Facebook has more than its share of spam and malware.
Black hat search engine optimization poses a significant threat to anyone using a search engine, forcing Google expand its program to prevent users from clicking malicious links that lead to scams or malware installations, the company recently reported.
Computers are not the only devices that cyber criminals target anymore.
Even though cyber criminals seem to get more creative each day, most UK businesses believe they have what it takes to fight back.
Gawker.com, a popular gossip website, was recently hacked.
An internet security firm recently discovered new malware that uses interest in the WikiLeaks website to spread.
Malware isnâ─≥t just a threat for computers anymore.
An internet security company recently discovered that DoubleClick, an ad technology owned by Google, has been distributing malware, Wired reports.
An antivirus company recently released its predictions for 2011.
The Zeus botnet has plagued peoplesâ─≥ bank accounts for months.