Hackers are turning their attention to cloud services, and Amazon's EC2 may not be prepared.
Pirated copies of Apple's iWork 09 software include a most unpleasant surprise.
TRENDnet is first to market with its compact high-throughput Wi-Fi router.
The technique behind the software, which can decipher WPA/WPA2-PSK passwords, is just a few months old. And now it has a price -- nearly $1,000.
The Internet needs global regulation to stave off "scareware" and other security threats, researcher says.
Acceptance and success of open source software attributed partly to the efforts of major vendors such as IBM and Microsoft, a study says.
In the age of cloud computing, what will replace the desktop PC?
Governments are blind to cybercrime, says McAfee.
UK firm Truphone has identified a way to run its VoIP software on an iPod Touch to mimic an iPhone.
A nasty Trojan that first hit Mac users just over a year ago has returned with sharpened teeth, a security company says.
Many antivirus programs are near to useless in blocking the binaries used to spread botnets.
The shutdown of an allegedly spam-friendly ISP is only a short-term fix and could encourage a new wave of pests, experts warn.
Security firm Yoggie is showing a portable firewall platform available to open source development.
Seagate has launched a major push to increase the uptake of its Full Disk Encryption (FDE) laptop and PC drives.