In 2012, the total number of vulnerabilities recorded by Secunia advisories and using Common Vulnerability Exposures reached 9,776 in products from 421 different vendors.
US web usage for Google's Chrome OS has risen 700 percent since last summer but that still pegs the revolutionary cloud OS on less than 0.1 percent of traffic, according to ad network Chitika.
Not sure if anyone's slacking while working from home? You can follow the lead of Yahoo's CEO and check the VPN logs.
AVG says it recently reverse-engineered one piece of malware that turned out to be from an 11-year-old Canadian boy intent on stealing passwords used to access games such as Team Fortress.
A British teen found guilty of attacking PayPal and other large companies as part of an Anonymous group cyber-campaign is too young and troubled to go to jail, a judge ruled, a week after sentencing other other hackers involved in the widespread denial-of-service attacks.
Consumers worried about how their personal data might be misused by private and public sector organizations can from today look for a new Fair Data logo to calm their worries, the Market Research Society (MRS) has announced.
A student at Northampton University and a man from south London have been jailed for taking part in an unsophisticated but effective 2010 DDoS rampage that reportedly cost PayPal $5.6 million.
Electronics accessory maker Hama has admitted that a photographic film scanner sold in Germany came with installation software infected with the irrepressible Conficker worm.
Apple's swanky flagship store in Paris was attacked on New Year's Eve by an armed gang that injured a member of staff before making off with a reported £1 million ($1.6 million) of smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
After a decade of contentious legal debate, the case of accused Hacker Gary McKinnon could finally be over with the announcement that he will not face charges in the UK.
Microsoft's decision to turn on Internet Explorer 10's 'do not track' setting by default could turn some consumers against the browser if it interferes with features such as password retention and autofill, a new survey has concluded.
Antivirus software is now so ineffective at detecting new malware threats most enterprises are probably wasting their money buying it, an analysis by security firm Imperva has concluded.
UK high streets might be full of empty shops and closing down sales, but landlords could have found one tenant with good financial record interested in expanding its business â Microsoft.
Electronics distributor CPC is inviting entries for the first ever Raspberry Pi "hackathon," a competition to see which individual or team can come up with the most interesting hacked innovation based on the famous ARM computer.
Nearly one in four PC users run out-of-date or obsolete versions of the most popular browsers for a month or longer with Mozilla Firefox users the slowest to update their software, Kaspersky Lab has found.