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.
Apple's desktop computers experience little malware, a review of 2009 has found, but this is partly because attacks are starting to move to the company's other platforms, like the iPhone.
ISPs are still holding off unwanted e-mail, but it's getting more challenging and more expensive.
A study reveals users rely far too often on unimaginative passwords easily guessed by intruders.
Security firm Akamai reports that the resiliant worm is still infecting computers worldwide, with focus on Russia and Brazil.