Increasingly, virus-writers are aiming at Mac users, such as the Flashback Java Trojan variant hitting systems running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
Portions of the YouPorn database featuring user e-mail addresses and passwords have appeared online, many of them using recognizable first and last names.
Researchers at Stanford University have discovered a way to break state-of-the-security video Captchas.
A security firm spots an online "factory outlet" selling stolen social network log-ins obtained while hacking for bank credentials.
Large numbers of data breaches are being initiated by targeted malware that antivirus software simply can't detect, according to an analysis.
It's still not clear exactly what was compromised when Internet giant VeriSign suffered a series of data breaches in 2010.
The initiative is really an attempt to impose a single set of policies on the sometimes arbitrary way that way companies separate the good e-mail from the bad.
Unlike conventional cables made from solid copper, the GroundSmart consists of a steel core around which is bonded a copper outer casing, forming an equally effective but far less valuable cable.
With ever-thinner screens and 3D technology failing to excite consumers, TV maker Samsung has a new gimmick: make them into hubs.
The new version of Chrome will at last include filtering against inadvertently downloading malware executables.
Kaspersky's Alexander Gotsev and Igor Soumenkov offer evidence that both pieces of malware were created using a cybermalware kernel they call "tilded."
BitDefender warns of a new ransom-style Trojan that scrambles its victims' data before offering them a trial version of a fix.
Fooled by scareware? A legal settlement includes payouts of about $20 to all who fell for a multinational malware swindle scheme.
Shock defeat even beats Royal Wedding.