The Russian ‘Sandworm’ hacking group has been caught repeatedly uploading fake and modified Android apps to Google’s Play Store.
A password-stealing version of MEGA's Chrome extension was served up on Google's webstore for about four hours - here's what to do.
Google Play is a bit like a happening nightclub: the faster you let people in, the less time you have to spend keeping troublemakers out.
Last week, crooks hacked one of the HandBrake app's download servers and used the popular video app to distribute Mac spyware.
More on that Google-phish-and-worm saga, with some tips on what to do now, and how to avoid this sort of thing in the future.
It's the time of year when criminals turn their attention to honest taxpayers - here's our advice on what to look out for to avoid falling victim to their scams
The scam that knows your name and home address - here's what to do
Observers raise fears that attackers are using Ukraine as a 'playground' before raising the stakes
Ransomware crooks now borrowing from tech support scams, so be aware
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