Latest Computer worm Stories
BitDefender researchers have identified a new wave of spam messages that announce an alleged attack of the US Army against Iran in order to trick users into downloading and installing malicious software onto their personal computers.
By Wendy Leung RANCHO CUCAMONGA - They're squishy. Children love to play with them. And sometimes, they're at the bottom of your tequila. But not often do worms play the central role of a business - unless it's Marcia Iannone's.
By Wendy Leung Staff Writer RANCHO CUCAMONGA - They're squishy. Children love to play with them. And sometimes, they're in the bottom of your tequila. But not often do worms play the central role of a business - unless it's Marcia Iannone's.
Employees may be bringing back more than sunburned noses from family vacations this summer.
By Erik Robinson, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jun. 29--Say that you're a green-minded apartment or condo dweller striving to live sustainably.
By Shivani Mody BANGALORE: Organizations typically see infrastructure like PCs, mobiles, pen drives and laptops as security threats that infect the company database and content.
Here's an idea: Start a project with the kids that will teach them something important about how the Earth sustains itself. Set up a container for vermicomposting. (Yes, this project involves worms. But keep reading.) Vermicomposting turns kitchen waste into compost.
Australian scientists have begun looking at smell sensors in worms and insects to help them build an electronic "cybernose" they hope will one day be capable of measuring aromas and flavors in wine.
Yahoo Inc., the world's largest provider of e-mail services, said on Monday that a software virus aimed at Yahoo Mail users had infected "a very small fraction" of its base of more than 200 million accounts.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Versions of Symantec Corp.'s anti-virus business security software contain a flaw that could put millions of computers at risk of a crippling worm attack, Internet experts warned on Friday.
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