Are you unable to resist clicking video posts on your Facebook newsfeed? Make sure you’re clicking on a legitimate Facebook video and not a fake one.
The U.S. tax filing deadline may have passed, but that doesn’t mean the window of opportunity has closed for cybercriminals looking to make a quick buck.
Worried about visiting malicious websites or accidentally downloading unscrupulous software onto your PC? Perhaps you should set Google Chrome as your default web browser.
Did you get an email saying an IRS Complaint has been filed against you? Don’t open the file attached!
Don’t want to have to deal with the aftermath of a CryptoWall infection? Here are 6 tips to protect yourself from getting infected with CryptoWall.
Researchers remind Mac users that OS X’s integrated XProtect & Gatekeeper security features can only do so much to protect against iWorm.
You likely have a better chance of coming into contact with Ebola-themed cyber-attack than the Ebola virus itself.
The US-CERT is warning users about a phishing campaign designed to trick users into opening malicious file attachments to infect their system with malware.
Adobe patched a bunch of Flash Player bugs last week, but cybercriminals have already rolled the flaws in cyberattacks. Update Adobe Flash Player now!
YouTube is the latest to join the ranks of websites that have served malicious ads to users.