Adobe PDF vulnerability exploitation caught on camera.
Sophos security expert Chet WIsniewski demonstrates how malicious PDFs can infect your computer.Take a Tour
Facebook does not give you any way to find out who has been viewing your profile.
Any application or link which claims it can reveal to you who has should be treated with great suspicion.Take a Tour
Limit your malicious hacking to entertaining games like Uplink. At least there you’re not doing any real harm, and aren’t going to end up behind bars.Take a Tour
Do you use the internet in hotels when travelling abroad? Do you think it’s safe to do so?
The FBI thinks you should be careful.. but is being surprisingly coy about the details.Take a Tour
The New York Times claims to have uncovered the identity of the Google software engineer who wrote the code used by Street View cars when they controversially scooped up private Wi-Fi data including emails, text messages, browsing histories and passwords.Take a Tour
Tempted to try out the much talked about Instagram app? Well, be careful where you get it from – as malware authors are distributing malware disguised as the popular app.Take a Tour
A new version of the Mac OS X Sabpab Trojan horse has come to light, and rather than relying upon a Java vulnerability – it appears to be exploiting malformed Word documents instead.Take a Tour