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Malicious updates hit thousands.
Aims to help detect Trojans.
Free decryption for some victims.
Everything from DDoS to RATs.
NSA fingerprints on the Equation Group.
Launches on Chrome next week.
Ne'er-do-wells just got a new tool.
NIST has issued a draft proposal to protect BIOSes from malware.
Anti-virus vendor Avira was left with egg on its face after blocking rival BitDefender as a Trojan.
A Trojan planted in the source code of the UnrealIRCd package for Linux has been discovered.
BitDefender has become the latest anti-virus vendor to issue an update which wipes important Windows system files, leaving customers' PCs unbootable.
The Windows software which was bundled with a model of USB-powered battery charger from Energizer has been found to install a Trojan horse program on host systems.
A trojan application which attempts to steal banking details, uncovered by First Tech Credit Union, has been removed from the Android Market - but leaves unanswered questions.
Security firm Websense has issued a warning regarding a major attack against Outlook Web Access portals, designed to install a banking Trojan into company systems.
Security firm Finjan has alerted users to a particularly insidious new Trojan which infects Windows-based systems and steals money from on-line banking systems.
Google's DoubleClick advertising brokerage has been used by ne'er-do-wells to put malware-laced ads on some of the web's top sites - but the company blames others.
Peripheral manufacturer Razer has taken down its support site following reports that it was unwittingly distributing a worm dropper as part of several driver update packages.
A crack which installed code on servers at Network Solutions has leaked over 570,000 credit card details.
A pair of flaws in Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader are being exploited by ne'er-do-wells to drop a Trojan horse onto Windows boxes.
A new strain of malware - which attempts to exploit Internet Explorer and Firefox flaws to infect passing visitors - has latched itself on to more than 40,000 websites.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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