HIV resists attempts to cripple it with gene editing
There may be a workaround for neutering the virus, but it won't be easy.
Giant virus can protect itself against other viruses
It has an immune system of its own similar to the CRISPR system in bacteria.
Yesteryear's malware was gorgeous in its simplicity
The Internet Archive has pacified MS DOS-era viruses and put them into The Malware Museum.
Zika virus declared an international health emergency
Medical science now has a big challenge on its hands.
Trend Micro anti-virus software leaves users open to attack
Google engineer Tavis Ormandy finds another hole in another popular AV product.
Scientists can watch HIV spread through a mouse in real time
This could lead to better treatments and possibly stave off initial infection
New flu vaccine protects test animals from multiple strains
Every now and then, it happens. You take the time to get a flu shot, but you wind up sick anyway....
Report: Kaspersky developed malware to trip up competition
The company is accused of creating malware that injects malicious code into vital system files, causing other antivirus software packages to delete or quarantine them.
Darkode cybercrime forum seized as police arrest 28 members
The FBI, Europol and law enforcement from 20 countries teamed up to take down a well-known cybercrime forum and dozens of its members.