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Microsoft finds malware that targets Facebook profiles
Microsoft: AV-TEST study on Bing malware search links was inaccurate
Microsoft: Malicious websites are the biggest threat to businesses
Microsoft finds new Trojan malware that deletes itself
AV-Test: Bing search results bring up more malware links than Google
New Bitcoin mining malware spreading on Skype at 2,000 clicks per hour
Microsoft study claims 33% of software is counterfeit
Google offers help for hacked sites
Microsoft to open new cybercrime center in Redmond
Trend Micro claims 1 in 10 Android apps are malware
Malware, posing as Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit email, hits the Internet
Study: Majority of workers admit to installing personal software on work PCs
Microsoft also falls to malware, small number of PCs affected
Shanghai could be home to secretive Chinese hackers
BlackBerry to crush app malware with help from Trend Micro
Android malware to reach 1 million cases in 2013
Microsoft defends Security Essentials after "failing" AV-Test certification
McAfee predicts "rapid development" of Windows 8 attacks in 2013
Microsoft's security head gives predictions for 2013's malware
FBI announces arrest of 10 people over Butterfly Botnet
Microsoft slams Android on Twitter; response is mixed
Microsoft going after malware-based click fraud
Old malware on Google Docs updated to mess with Windows 8
Has a teenage hacker created Windows Phone 8 Malware?
Windows 8 defeated 85% of malware out of the box
Kaspersky Labs building their own OS
Google putting an anti virus scanner for Android in play
Searcher beware: Bing has twice as many poison links as Google
TechSpot: Interview with Malwarebytes' founder, Marcin Kleczynski
Malware delivered via Skype IMs spreading
Adobe cryptographic key recalled after compromise
Study: IE9 blocks more malware than other web browsers
New proof-of-concept bootkit targets UEFI and Windows 8
Emma Watson tops "Most Dangerous Celebrity" search listing
Google acquires VirusTotal
Mac (and Linux) hit by another dangerous trojan
Spam levels high as ever after the Grum botnet takedown
F-Secure sez: cyber-weapons are a fake target
Play Store policy changes for security; kills AirPush ads
Grum botnet taken down, along with lots of spam emails
Android malware found and removed on Google Play
New Android malware buys apps for you
Google disputes claims of Android-based botnet
Some ISPs help out with DNSChanger issues
iOS malware found, and removed, from App Store
Android malware numbers are exploding
Microsoft employee finds evidence of Android botnet
Microsoft names two defendants in Zeus botnet case
Malware causing printers to create "garbled printouts"
DHS issues warning about Flame malware in the US
Flame malware discovered attacking Middle Eastern targets
Google will warn users infected with DNSChanger
McAfee says PC malware level is highest in four years
Kaspersky working with Apple to make OS X safer (Update: sort of)
Religious websites have more malware than porn sites
Kaspersky: "Apple is 10 years behind Microsoft in security"
Iranian oil systems hit by cyber-attack
1 in 5 Macs has malware... For Windows
Dr. Web: Flashback malware hasn't been cut down after all
Flashback infections fall to 140,000 computers
New Mac Java vulnerability could be worse than Flashback
Apple planning to fix Flashback malware issue
Doctor Web exposes Macintosh botnet
Android falls flat in front of malware coming from Facebook
Cryptome.org hacked, unwillingly served malware to IE users
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