Computer Virus News
Black Friday consumer warning issued for fake mobile apps
A cyber security firm warns many fake mobile apps looking to trick shoppers into entering personal credit card information, disclosing Facebook and Gmail logins or downloading malware that could potentially steal or lock your devices and hold it ransom
Cybercrimes present unique challenges for investigators
Cybercrimes present unique challenges for the investigators and prosecutors looking into them
Only if it serves the state: North Korea's online experience
For Kim Jong Un, North Korea's first leader to come of age with the Internet, the idea of a more wired nation is both dangerous and irresistible
How to protect your smartphone from fake apps
A cybersecurity expert is warning smartphone users to be cautious of downloading fake apps that can potentially give hackers unfettered access to the personal information on your phone.
How to protect yourself from downloading fake apps and getting hacked
A cybersecurity expert is warning smartphone users to be cautious of downloading fake apps that can potentially give hackers unfettered access to the personal information on your phone. In September, hackers introduced dozens of malicious apps onto the Google Play store, also known as
Experts issue Wi-Fi security warning
Computer experts say they have identified a serious vulnerability in any technology that connects to a Wi-Fi network.
North Korea's hacking abilities 'beyond imagination,' defector says
North Korea's hacking capabilities are "beyond imagination," one former computer expert for the North told ABC News in the wake of Tuesday's report that the nation had stolen secret intelligence documents, including the U.S.-South Korean war strategy. Secret intelligence documents and photos
US-South Korean war plans reportedly stolen by North Korean hackers
Hackers in North Korea have allegedly stolen a cache of classified military documents from South Korea, according to a South Korean lawmaker. Lee Cheol-hee, a member of South Korea's ruling Democratic Party, initially told local media outlets that the documents were taken in a September 2016 hack
NSA briefed White House officials on private email and cell phone risks: Source
White House officials in the early days of the Trump administration were given security briefings on the dangers of using personal devices, like laptops and cell phones, and the risks of using personal email accounts for government work, a source familiar with the program tells ABC News. The
Apple unveils 3 new smartphones and Apple Watch device
Apple fans are getting ready to preorder the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X.