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The bad guys are taking advantage of weak security, faster processors, and blazing broadband connections to wreak havoc on mobile devices.
Adobe is planning to revoke a code-signing certificate after discovering it has been compromised and used to launch malicious attacks.
Security researchers have uncovered intriguing details about the Flame malware--including the fact that there are more malware threats we haven't yet discovered.
One of the rumors leading into the Apple iPhone 5 event today is that the new smartphone will incorporate fingerprint scanning technology.
Oracle patched Java to defend against attacks in the wild, but the patch contains flaws that open Java up to different threats.
Latest attack compromises more than a million records
Time to get your guard up. Attackers are targeting both the traditional Adobe Flash application, and the recently pulled Flash for Android mobile app.
The DOJ has shut down sites accused of distributing pirated Android apps, but there are worse things you can download from third-party app stores.
New draft encryption guidelines from the NIST call for support for more secure extended validation certificates.
It might be nice to know if one of your Facebook friends is nearby, but you don't really want to broadcast your present location to every random stranger with a Facebook app.
An unpatched flaw in Microsoft XML Core Services is being exploited in the wild to compromise vulnerable, unprotected PCs.
There are multiple exploits circulating online that attack a known flaw in the Internet Explorer browser that Microsoft has already issued a patch for.