There has never been a year in which security threats diminished, so expect more hacks, exploits, and scams in 2010, researchers warn.
Facebook Groups were disrupted by a warning to "Control Your Info" but no damage occurred besides disruption, Facebook says.
DeepNines Technologies Tuesday is unveiling a desktop security agent that works in tandem with its content-filtering and anti-malware gateway to protect mobile users.
A number of Facebook applications, including one called CityFireDepartment, have been hacked, and try to attack site visitors' computers.
Spam and malware dominate comment sections of blogs and message boards, study shows.
Corporations appear to be much slower in patching their applications than their operating systems, even though attackers are mainly targeting apps.
Domain names are a key part of botnet and phishing operations, and cyber-criminals are plundering domain-name registrars around the world to get them.
Security Researcher: Web Attacks Across Globe Appear Linked
A security vendor says Apple's antivirus and other protection just skims the surface.
Though IT remains largely a male-dominated realm in the United States, women are now believed to constitute 15% to 25% of technical professionals -- though...
Expect hackers to target XML vulnerabilities, too often open to attack, Gartner analyst says.
The Cyber Threat Analysis Program places Symantec analysts within an enterprise to analyze and mitigate security threats.
A vulnerability in Adobe Reader, Flash Player, and Acrobat is also exploited through malicious Flash code in Web sites, a security expert says.
America's 10 most wanted botnets, based on size and activity in the United States.
Symantec said it has identified a PDF file that exploits a previously unknown vulnerability in an Adobe Flash multi-media component.