If you sent an e-mail in the first few hours of 2010, there is a chance that it never reached its recipient.
Independent memory giant Kingston Technology says that several of its supposedly secure encrypted USB drives can be hacked.
What are enterprise networks used for? According to a new traffic analysis the answer is, increasingly, to let employees spend work time visiting leisure Web sites.
Symantec says creating a spoof Trojan to promote a game is risky.
An analysis due out next week reveals the highest volume of traffic is through a few entities -- and Google may be the only one you know.
It's worse than a virus -- this pest tricks users into licensing software to fight nonexistent malware, Panda warns.
Code for hacking Skype calls, posted to urge better security, gets built into a spy virus instead.
Even the best security software lets new and unusual malware slip through, security tests have concluded.
Storage vendor Freecom applies RFID "swipe card" security to a new hard drive.
The number of exploits being written to target specific software vulnerabilities could be at all-time highs, new threat figures have suggested.
The recession might be having at least one positive effect - it has started cutting the volume of malware.
New to the BlackArmor line of self-encrypting hard drives are an external PC unit, NAS device, and portable.
Kaspersky Lab has announced a security suite specifically designed for netbooks, the first of its type.
Kaspersky Lab has pre-announced its latest all-in-one security suite with the lure that it has packed even more protection layers of into one software product.
Web attacks are routinely hosted by actual sites infected and acting as zombies, security firm warns.