Anti-malware Software Protects Against Search Engine Attacks

Malicious software, also known as malware, is designed by professional cybercriminals to break into a computer system with the intent to cause harm

Stay Protected Antivirus Software and Common Sense

The best way to keep your computer protected from viruses is by using a reputable antivirus software product think of it as a preventative vaccine for your personal or work laptop or PC

Hacker pleads guilty to charges

Lin Mun Poo recently pleaded guilty to charges of hacking into the Federal Reserve’s computer system.

Antivirus scareware now accepts SMS payments, expert says

Antivirus scareware that is circulating now accepts short message service payments, according to a recent report by CNET.

Justice Department tries to stop Coreflood

The Justice Department recently said it has taken several steps to disable a network of computers infected with the Coreflood program that steals private and financial information.

UK hacker receives prison term for tax scam

Nikola Novakovic was recently sentenced to three years and three months in prison after executing a self-assessment tax fraud scam in London by implementing a computer virus.

Anonymous to halt attacks against PlayStation Network

The hacker group Anonymous recently announced it will temporarily cease attacks against Sonyâs PlayStation Network.

Security company confirms attack due to Flash vulnerability

Last monthâs hacking of a security provider was due to a vulnerability in Adobe Flash, the company recently confirmed.

Liza Moon Trojan affecting millions of websites

The computer virus Liza Moon has affected more than 4 million website, according to a recent report by

Malware spikes during first quarter of 2011

The amount of malware cyber criminals sent during the first quarter of 2011 increased 26 percent from the same time in 2010, according to a recent report by a security company.

Daily web-based attacks increased 93 percent in 2010

An internet security company recently released a report revealing that daily web-based attacks increased 93 percent during 2010 from the previous year.

Hackers continue to provide influence, danger to cyber world

Even as established governments continue to bolster their cyber defenses, it appears a younger generation has the upper hand in the online warfare occurring worldwide.

Hackers vow to continue illegal vulnerability testing

The YGN Ethical Hacker Group know it is breaking U.S. laws, but vows to continue exposing vulnerabilities on security vendor websites, according to a recent Network World report.

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