An O2 marketing campaign that was giving away free USB sticks to business customers, went horribly wrong after it was confirmed that some of the sticks were infected with viruses.
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The NHS website has been recently sending its users to a malware infected domain. This was due to an internal coding error that affected more than 800 NHS webpages, which are being currently fixed.
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A report from Avast Software, developers of the free avast! antivirus for Windows computers, shows that rootkit infections are highest on Windows XP, in stark contrast to Windows 7.
Windows 7's marketshare continues to grow at a steady pace at the expense of its two older siblings, Windows Vista and XP, according to the data from StatCounter. In terms of global usage, Windows XP...
Nearly two months after promising to update its media player software to block the threat of malware infection, Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday admitted that users of its Windows Media Player 9 Series remain at risk....
The BBC fell victim to the latest variant of the ExploreZip worm, and a certain amount of hubris, last week. The worm infected some of its machines, a BBC spokesperson confirmed to us...
A new variant of the Yaha virus that appeared just before Christmas has proved contagious, infecting thousands of computers worldwide. The virus, dubbed W32/Yaha.M by MessageLabs, has seen its numbers explode with over 7,000 copies...