Security vendor FireEye said it discovered the botnet and is working with Korean law enforcement
Hackers are regularly stealing code-signing certificates from developers, according to Microsoft
The FIDO Alliance, which now counts Microsoft as a member, envisions a system where users can interact with an online service without surrendering personal details.
Arbor Networks says the application being advertised in spam messages contains a remote access Trojan.
As mobile banking grows, malicious Android applications are increasingly intercepting one-time passcodes
The company's API leaked information that allowed a tabloid to link offensive forum comments to email addresses
Most antivirus products aren't detecting the malware, called "INS"
Those supplying services to cybercriminals are looking for places where they won't be shut down, a security company says.
Twitter, Facebook, and ADP said they've reset some users' accounts.
The attackers are using the "Pony" botnet command-and-control server software.
If remote management is enabled, an attacker could change a router's settings and steal information.
The court declined to review a New York law requiring collection of sales tax for online purchases.
Some users of the popular Bitcoin discussion forum are advised to change their passwords in the wake of a security breach.
Syme, a service built by three students in Montreal, touts the easy-to-use encryption of its social network.
Apptricity will get $50 million from the Army. The company said its software was used in relief efforts in Haiti and in the Middle East