The firm that owns one of the most sought-after domains was forced into bankruptcy and the domain's sale is delayed.
Residents of some countries are simply more laid back -- or delusional? -- about backing up data.
Aged malware returns in a new wave of ransom-style online scams.
Microsoft has given up its battle with anti-secrecy website Cryptome.org, after some of Redmond's secrets are revealed.
IronKey has come up with a USB drive that can be used to access accounts virtually.
An international phishing scam is plaguing e-mail boxes again, security vendor Symantec charges.
Netbook users worried about storing sensitive data on their portables are being offered the world's first whole-disk encryption that will run useably on Intel's...
The recent Twitter hack raises the challenge of generating secure and unique passwords you can remember.
Users who installed the Windows 7 Release Candidate must soon commit or find their way back to Vista.
A version of the Zango spyware toolbar is now targeting users of the Firefox browser to download an infected update.
Articles by John E. Dunn