Control-Flow Enforcement Technology has been developed with Microsoft
Intel is baking some security into its CPUs that’s designed to thwart software exploits that execute malicious code on vulnerable computers.
Saves you lots of time
While Apple fanboys insist that there is no Mac malware out there, a former National Security Agency former hacker has been recycling mac malware to carry out new missions.
Unlocked millions of iPhones
The US DoJ has said that AT&T employees took bribes to unlock millions of "super secure" iPhones and to install malware and unauthorised hardware on the company's network.
Really dangerous malware
A new variant of the Shamoon malware was discovered on the network of Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem, where it destroyed files on about ten percent of the company's PCs.
Spotted in 45 countries
Security researchers have found evidence that a piece of malware peddled as "lawful intercept" software to government agencies has been deployed against victims located in 45 countries.
Researchers claim that they have discovered a bug in Intel chips that could compromise system securities.
Looks like this cache is not up to much either
Julian Assange’s Wikileaks is getting so desperate for attention that it is releasing malware claiming that it contains emails from Turkey's ruling AKP political party.
Compulsory boot check
The newest version of Android has a compulsory boot check which will prevent you starting your phone if you have malware installed.
Revolving door gatekeeper
While the fruity cargo cult Apple is busy bricking users for the crime of not using its genii to fix its overpriced toys, its reputation as being super secure is taking another battering.
And a plague of malware shall come down from on high
Christian orientated mobile apps, particularly those designed to help you work out how one god can be three, or how premarital sex is so bad when it is not mentioned in the bible are more likely to infect believers phones with spyware.