Malware writers are interested in Linux after all.
Legal conflicts over the ownership of Internet domains could hit a record this year with Chinese cybersquatters a major factor behind the spike.
Many customers will have paid a hefty premium for the pocket knives on the basis that each came with a flip-out secure USB stick as a feature.
Many antivirus suites still can't completely protect against malware attacks against two recent and serious Microsoft vulnerabilities, researchers find.
The malware causing the damage is called Reveton, a drive-by attack incorporating the Citadel bank Trojan platform that has caused a largely unnoticed toll of misery since the beginning of 2012.
Mitt Romney's Twitter account is among those filled with apparently fake followers, an analysis reveals.
Pair bragged about their attacks on eBay and Priceline; arrested in Cypress, they face extradition to the U.S.
Apple's iPod Touch gets a new rival with the announcement of the Walkman F800 powered by the latest version of Google's Android OS.
Previously, extensions could be installed by any website without user intervention, an obvious boon for malicious attacks.
Researchers warn users of a global botnet spamming smartphones, probably originating from a rogue app.
A Home Office official has warned once again that with the Olympic Games only weeks away the country faces an unprecedented threat from cyber-attacks.
A type of Trojan tool automates money theft from compromised accounts in ways that are invisible to account holders, Trend Micro has discovered.
LinkedIn has brought the encryption applied to all user passwords up to a more secure standard after last week's hugely embarrassing password hack, the company has announced.
Security companies have reported that the number of Last FM passwords stolen could be as high as 2.5 million.
The debut of the IPv6 protocol on the Internet was a boost to morale for those who've worked on it, but the traffic levels remain tiny a few days on.