Unbelievable how this person thought this was a virus.
This man is father of the year in my eyes.
Always be aware of scammers calling to fix a virus on your computer.
Pro tip: if your anti-virus warns you of a malicious file, you should probably listen unless you are 162% sure it is a false positive.
This is a story of a younger brother who thinks his Chrome is infected with a virus. Spolier: It doesn't actually have a virus.
...Or the beginning of an invasion from Mars.
It looks like Linux users aren’t safe from malware after all. While there had been attacks on Linux servers before, this may be the first time regular Linux users are affected. According to reports, a piece of malware calle...
Hackers have gone on a rampage recently; these dirty little old men have hacked their way into multiple web servers where they proceeded to upload child abuse images for safekeeping. Hackers borrowing space on a company’s web ser...
Uh... how is it possible to be infected with so many malware?!
This infographic provides some simple tips as to how/why viruses spread.
"The computer was a bit glitchy before it was thrown hard on the ground so I don't have a clear idea of what caused it to just switch off, my hunch is its a virus or battery failure."
Apparently being forced to log back into Windows after being away from keyboard for a long time is the result of a virus infection.
Macs do, in fact, get viruses and this photo proves it.
Google just released a new Chrome extension called the Chrome Office Viewer — it of course let’s you open and view Microsoft Office files (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint only) directly in your browser. It sounds like jus...
According to the most recent Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, an average of 24 percent of computers worldwide are vulnerable to viruses and cyber attacks. The reason? Simple — the lack of up-to-date antivirus ...