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Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
A sly dig at Facebook, it seems.
Avast, Sophos users affected.
Including on ICO's website.
No reports of UK infection, says NCSC.
Disable remote access now.
Takes aim at digital criminals.
500K accounts potentially compromised.
A Trojan planted in the source code of the UnrealIRCd package for Linux has been discovered.
Adobe has issued a warning regarding an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Acrobat and Flash software.
IBM has found itself responsible for distributing malware following a giveaway at a security conference.
Sophos is warning of a modified version of an iPhone worm which joins infected devices to a botnet via a Lithuanian server, and attempts to steal banking credentials.
Anti-virus vendor Sophos claims to have received code samples of a Trojan which aims to skim card details from Diebold cash machines.
The BusinessWeek website has succumbed to an attack that sees the site attempting to install malicious code on visitors' PCs.
An SQL injection attack on a range of websites left Sony offering malware-laden downloads to PlayStation 3 fans according to anti-virus vendor Sophos.
For all of Microsoft's huffing and puffing, three of the biggest current malware threats will still blow the house down. How secure is Vista?
Ransomware is a relatively new malware that is becoming an increasingly bigger threat. It is also getting much harder to crack.
Security firm Sophos says that the easiest way to avoid tomfoolery on your PC is to avoid using the PC. Get a Mac? Let's all go and buy three this afternoon, stunning advice.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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