Monthly Archives: May 2011
Apple has released a security update (2011-003) for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to detect and remove malware that has been targeting Mac users since April. Read on for all the details on what it does and how it works.
One of the world's most notorious spammers faces jail after admitting that he had sex with under-age girls.
A new scareware campaign is spreading that appears to be a Firefox malware warning page. Firefox users should stay safe by keeping a close eye on their clicks when presented with a warning.
A share of $21 million dollars could be yours - if you believe the scam letter that has just appeared on your doormat.
Public Television in the United States is the latest organization to suffer a data loss incident. What motivates these criminal data breaches? Is any organization off limits?
Honda Canada disclosed a breach of their myHonda and myAcura websites that affected more than 283,000 Canadian Honda owners. Information stolen in the attack included names, addresses, Vehicle Identification Numbers and in some cases Honda Finance account numbers.
Chester Wisniewski sits down with one of the most experienced Sophos technical support experts to discuss best practices and how we can use the tools we have to do a better job defending against modern malware.
Hackers have broken into the network of Lockheed Martin and several other US military contractors, according to media reports.
It appears that a sea change is occurring - with more and more Mac users realising the advantages of running anti-virus software to secure their computers.
Sophos is hosting events in London, UK and Sydney, Australia in the next few weeks where our experts will explain how malware threats actually work and what you can do to protect your business.
US Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn is put on the spot.
Did the US write the Stuxnet worm or not?
Next week is National Cybersecurity Awareness Week in Australia. But cybersecurity is something which requires attention all the time, not just one week of the year. So why not adopt a cybersafe lifestyle?
Fancy a game of Super Mario for free? Well, be careful - because although you may not have to pay any money for it, you might just be giving away a lot of your private data.
Barack Obama has said that the decision as to whether hacker Gary McKinnon should be extradited to the United States lies with the British legal system.
Every Mac user should check their settings in Safari - as changing the defaults could help avoid them being exposed to a malware infection.