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Researchers release ways to detect Gauss malware

Researchers release ways to detect Gauss malware

Check whether your system is infected by the new "cyber espionage tool kit" with tools from Kaspersky Lab and CrySyS Lab.


New trojan hijacks your PC for Bitcoin mining

New trojan hijacks your PC for Bitcoin mining

A new trojan has appeared on Skype that takes over your PC and turns it into a remote processor for generating Bitcoins.


Adobe issues emergency update for Flash

Adobe issues emergency update for Flash

Two previously unknown security holes have prompted Adobe to issue an emergency Flash update across all platforms.


Beware fake Java updates

Beware fake Java updates

New malware is posing as a Java updater to fix recent vulnerabilities.


Flashback makers missed out on their payday: Symantec

Flashback makers missed out on their payday: Symantec

According to the security firm, the makers of the Flashback malware made US$14,000 from click fraud last month, but can't collect on it.


New Mac OS X trojan unearthed: call it SabPub

New Mac OS X trojan unearthed: call it SabPub

The folks at Kaspersky Lab have reported that there's new Mac malware in the wild, called Backdoor.OSX.SabPub.a. There are at least two variants being spread through Java exploits.


New worm targets Facebook, MySpace

 New worm targets Facebook, MySpace

A new worm is spreading via Facebook and MySpace, turning victims' computers into zombies on a botnet, according to security specialists Kaspersky Lab.


Stardust virus lands on OpenOffice

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have spotted what they believe is the first virus for OpenOffice, the open-source rival to Microsoft's Office productivity suite.


Cybercrooks ramp up against antivirus firms--and each other

Cybercriminals are increasingly fighting each other, as well as antivirus vendors, in pursuit of illegal gain, Kaspersky Lab has warned.


LimeWire enlists AVG for user protection

LimeWire enlists AVG for user protection

Notorious as a malware ghetto, LimeWire takes its first steps to integrate authoritative threat protection by signing on AVG to provide premium users with download scanning and blocking.


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