The two-factor authentication used to “protect” your accounts is often insecure itself and poses a weak link that can be exploited by attackers.
A new survey from Kaspersky finds that many IT professionals don’t understand the security threats against virtual servers.
The IRS claims it lost or destroyed email messages pertinent to an ongoing investigation--but if proper procedures were followed, that shouldn’t be possible.
The new password advice from Microsoft researchers overlooks the weakest security link—you.
New guidance from Microsoft researchers suggests that users re-use simple passwords and avoid password management applications and services.
Researchers at Sophos have discovered new variants of Gameover malware—a botnet operation that was shut down by law enforcement just over a month ago.
Microsoft has fixed 83 flaws in its browser in the last two months.
According to the advance notification from Microsoft, there will be six security bulletins next week, but only two rated as Critical.
New white paper from F-Secure details CosmicDuke—a malware threat combining elements of two notorious malware variants.
Both Microsoft and Google have recently beefed up their storage options. Here's how to decide which on is right for you.
The majority of those surveyed believe the connected home is imminent and they're worried about what it means for their data.
Updated iPhone and iPad apps let box users capture ideas and collaborate in real time from anywhere.
A new survey indicates that more than a quarter of U.S. consumers are more afraid of being mugged for their mobile device than they were a year ago.
A new study from Aruba Networks highlights some of the trends and challenges IT professionals face as they try to keep up with the pace of mobility.
As the world turns its attention to the soccer tournament in Brazil, attackers will ramp up efforts to exploit interest in the global sporting event. Beware of these four likely tactics.
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