RIM's BlackBerry might be on a sustained losing streak against Android and the iPhone around the world but it is still packing in new users in the U.K.
Millions of PCs around the world appear to have been quietly infected by the dangerous TDSS 'super-malware' rootkit as part of a campaign to build a giant new botnet, researchers from security firm Kaspersky Lab have discovered.
The angry (ex-) employee gets a two-year suspended prison sentence and community service assignment.
Vulnerability management company Qualys has invited small businesses to sign up to use a free online tool that can scan browsers for out-of-date versions and plugins that might be putting users at risk.
The number of Autorun-related infections detected by Microsoft's Malicious Software Removal Tool dropped at least 59 percent.
Writerspace site warns its members of security breach after LulzSec hack attack.
Followers of LulzSec on Twitter openly claim to have used the leaked data, which could open these individuals to criminal prosecution.
Beware a new scam that imitates Windows Update to load a fake antivirus software on the Firefox browser.
Findings from cybercrime surveys are about as reliable as asking the average male how many sex partners he's had, researchers say.
Rootkit writers have outfoxed Windows 64-bit PatchGuard protection, Kaspersky Lab reports.
North Korea is trying to boost its cyberwar capability by its best sending programmers abroad for training in the latest hacking technique
Spammers have started setting up bogus URL shortening services to act as relay points for traffic generated by their emails.
Fines for software 'piracy' in the UK need to increase sharply, the Business Software Alliance software industry lobby group has argued as it released its latest world software piracy figures.