A crafty new P2P worm appears to be spreading quickly among users of a range of popular file-sharing programs.
A US company has come up with an original take on ultra-secure portable storage, fitting a full PIN entry keypad to a USB stick.
The world's most feared banking Trojan, Zeus, is going after Mozilla Firefox users for the first time, security company Trusteer has reported.
The biggest single threat to computer security is now the inability of PC users to patch their computers, according to Symantec's review of 2009.
The little-known but potentially important Intel Windows Display (WiDi) wireless technology has turned up in the latest Toshiba laptop, the Satellite A660.
Apple antivirus company Intego has discovered a backdoor malware attack targeting Mac users.
Open source campaigner Richard Stallman has taken a pop at the Digital Economy Bill (DEB), slating the UK government for "slavishly obeying the record...
Twitter has abandoned its famously minimalist homepage in favor of a busier design that promotes celebrity users and selected recent tweets.
Pests stemming from the Rustock botnet have started spewing encrypted spam.
The volume of spam on the microblogging site has fallen dramatically, Twitter claims.
PC users might at last have an affordable plan 'b' should their hard drive crash.
A significant portion of Internet data travels through the search giant's servers, an analysis reveals.
The firm that owns one of the most sought-after domains was forced into bankruptcy and the domain's sale is delayed.