Canadian security software and services firm Blackberry claims five attack groups serving the interests of China have been targeting Linux servers, Windows systems and Android devices for nearly 10 years, remaining undetected in the process.
Security company Webroot claims that the number of instances of malware per user has fallen by 16% from 2015 to the first half of 2016.
Rootkits are the nirvana for hackers. Primarily designed to gain privileged administrator access - a backdoor - to any device they allow the hacker to do pretty much anything.
Mac security specialist Intego says it has found a new Mac Trojan, which it has dubbed OSX/Crisis.
Security software vendor BitDefender is offering a pair of malware removal tools.
April 2011 brings Easter, Anzac Day, a royal wedding... and an unusually busy Patch Tuesday from Microsoft.
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