Types of Viruses
- Amiga viruses (2)
- Blended threats (18)
- Linux & Unix Viruses (28)
- Linux & Unix viruses (9)
- Macintosh viruses (22)
- Macro viruses (11)
- Wireless threats (16)
What Is a Worm?
New email worms can quickly outpace antivirus signature updates. Follow these tips to prevent the spread of fast moving worms.
RFID Viruses: Real or Imagined?
It reads like something out of a sci-fi novel - RFID chips with the potential to disrupt supply chains and shutdown airport operations. Unfortuntately, this particular tale may be more science than fiction.
What Is a Botnet?
A botnet is a collection of infected computers under the control of one or more attackers.
What Is a Trojan?
A Trojan is a self-contained malicious program that is different from a virus but can have the same kind of effect on your computer.
A boot-sector virus takes control when the computer boots up. Here's how it works.
What Are Autorun Worms?
Autorun worms are a type of malware that spread by taking advantage of the Windows autorun feature. Autorun allows executable files on a drive to be run automatically when that drive is accessed. The feature works via a file named autorun.inf. When a drive is accessed, Windows checks for the presence of autorun.inf and, if found, follows the...