Scammers are trawling Facebook for victims using a convincing twist on the notorious 'Nigerian 419' scam.
Spam surged this year as mass-mailers learned to work around graphical CAPTCHA filters, report says.
Worry about browsers, not Windows, says Microsoft in its latest security assessment report.
Asus has gone for a touch of novelty with its latest models, announcing an expensive desktop touch-screen version of its Eee PC and a laptop clad in bamboo.
Files copied or saved to the latest Cruzer Enterprise are automatically scanned by a McAfee heuristics and antivirus engine.
PGP Corporation is offering full disk encryption on a software-as-a-service subscription to lure small businesses.
U.S. and Indian employees are most likely to take risks with company data, a Cisco study suggests.
When the alleged creator of an infamous virus tried to negotiate, security firm Kaspersky Lab helped track him down.
Encrypted image backups are vulnerable to a new type of attack, a security researcher reports.
The refreshed network storage device now supports power-conservation features.
Searching for Pitt sites brings a one in five chance of landing on a site serving malicious code, security vendor reports.
Scientists create a new, stronger password format from images and mp3 files.
Imation is releasing two new solid-state drives, the high-end Pro 7500 and the Pro 7000.
The addition to its MiniStation family is a USB hard drive with built-in, hardware-backed encryption.
The most common security violations involve insider action, annual survey reports.
Articles by John E. Dunn