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Aussie recruitment SaaS provider says data may be compromised.
Jun 6 2018 11:57AM
DLA Piper paid 15,000 hours of IT overtime after NotPetya attack
Had to wipe its systems and start again.
May 8 2018 11:55AM
Android security boss challenges ecosystem's bad rap
As secure as a managed enterprise desktop environment.
Feb 16 2017 9:54AM
Anonymous supporters infect themselves with malware
Surprise hidden in denial-of-service tool.
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Japanese Police arrest six over alleged virus scam
Suspected 1.1 million infections.
Feb 12 2012 7:23PM
Japan's defence industry hit by its first cyber attack
Eight virus types found on 80 computers.
Sep 20 2011 7:14AM
BitTorrent, uTorrent warn of fake AV infection
Sep 15 2011 10:09AM
Heartland pays another $5.4m for malware infection
Attacks on payments hub.
Sep 3 2010 6:08AM
Energizer warns of malware in battery chargers
Infection keeps going and going and going.
Mar 10 2010 12:48AM
Support Staff survives data theft attempt
Recruiter speaks out after thief tries to put malware on computer.
Jan 21 2010 6:00AM
Malware will migrate to mobile devices: AVG
But viruses will be less effective.
Dec 8 2009 11:54AM
Facebook worm detected that uses news feed
Infects associated profiles.
Nov 25 2009 10:35AM
"Frighteningly bad" Adobe Flash flaw discovered
Issue is 'not patchable'.
Nov 16 2009 11:15AM
Malware persists on compromised machines: Trend Micro
Lies dormant for months on end.
Sep 17 2009 10:50AM
Mass SQL injection attacks still scaling up
The mass SQL injection attacks that gained attention earlier this week are continuing, with some 210,000 pages infected so far.
Aug 28 2009 10:31AM
Mac trojan targets game sites to infect users
Virus researchers have spotted a new variant of a Mac trojan that attempts to change a victim computer's DNS settings.
Jun 22 2009 11:03AM
'Gumblar' attack explodes across the web
A complex new malware attack is setting infection records and raising alarms from security experts.
May 15 2009 2:53PM
Disabling AutoRun could block a Conficker attack
Removing AutoRun could help block a Conficker attack vector and prevent other threats from automatically infecting computers.
Mar 27 2009 11:10AM
Internet Explorer zero-day infection rates grow
Attacks exploiting an unpatched vulnerability in Internet Explorer spread quickly over the weekend, according to Microsoft.
Dec 16 2008 10:03AM
Guessing ahead of cybercriminals is crucial to prevent infection
Companies need to step up their ability to guess where cybercriminals will strike next.
Nov 25 2008 9:53AM
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