Security experts are warning of a new Trojan -- Ares -- that could hit computer systems any day now.
Articles by Sue Poremba
French researchers have found that it is possible to write code specifically geared for processors.
It was really only a matter of time until the news about smartphone security glitches and viruses started hitting the airwaves.
Stuxnet made news a few weeks ago when the malware infiltrated an Iranian nuclear power plant.
One of the upsides of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 was how much more secure it was than the older versions of IE, particularly the extremely buggy IE6.