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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]

Jamie Oliver site hit by virus again
Cyber-thieves have returned for second helpings at the website of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.
[BBC]

Jamie Oliver site hit by virus again
Cyber-thieves have returned for second helpings at the website of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.
[BBC News]

Gamers targeted by ransomware virus
Gamers are being targeted with a computer virus that stops them playing their favourite titles unless they pay a ransom.
[BBC]

Gamers targeted by ransomware virus
Gamers are being targeted with a computer virus that stops them playing their favourite titles unless they pay a ransom.
[BBC News]

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]

Android security - a Q&A with Google's Adrian Ludwig
Very interesting interview with Adrian Ludwig, lead engineer for Android security at Google. There are a lot of fascinating answers to quote here, and I'm going for this one - do you need antivirus crap on your Android phone? In 2014, according to Verify Apps data collected by Google and (...)
[OSNews]

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