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Is mobile malware a lot of fuss over nothing?
New report from Verizon suggests smartphone malware is mostly ‘adnoyance’ – real dangers are still in desktop Mobile malware may be widespread, but it’s unlikely to be the source of disastrous data breaches such as the Sony hack any time soon, according to international telecoms firm Verizon. “We (...)
[The Guardian]

'Mystique-like' malware killed off
Polymorphic malware that changes its identity up to 19 times a day to avoid detection while taking control of users' computers has been deactivated.
[BBC]

'Mystique-like' malware killed off
Polymorphic malware that changes its identity up to 19 times a day to avoid detection while taking control of users' computers has been deactivated.
[BBC News]

HIV spreads like internet malware and should be treated earlier
A new model for HIV progression finds that it spreads in a similar way to some computer worms and predicts that early treatment is key to staving off AIDS. HIV specialists and network security experts noticed that the spread of HIV through the body using two methods -- via the bloodstream and (...)
[Science daily]

New technology to help users combat mobile malware attacks
Researchers have developed simple but effective techniques to prevent sophisticated malware from secretly attacking smartphones.
[Science daily]

Apple reportedly cracks down on antivirus apps
Apple has seemingly decided to crack down on antivirus and antimalware apps, removing them from the App Store. Although there has been no official statement from Apple on a policy change, Apple's loose guidelines allow them to pull pretty much anything at any time, particularly something like (...)
[OSNews]

Antivirus labels itself as malware
Two Panda Security antivirus programs marked corrupted files in their own systems as malign, causing them to stop working.
[BBC]

Antivirus labels itself as malware
Two Panda Security antivirus programs marked corrupted files in their own systems as malign, causing them to stop working.
[BBC News]

Antivirus peddler aims its FUD on iOS
They're at it again. For years consumers have lifted up iOS as the safe mobile operating system. Comparatively, it does see much less malware than Android likely due to its rigorous manual testing of App Store apps and technological limitations that only allow approved apps on iOS devices. But (...)
[OSNews]

Malware on menu on Jamie Oliver site
The celebrity chef's site suffered a "malware problem" after being hacked, but has since been fixed, according to a Jamie Oliver Group spokesman.
[BBC News]

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