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Malicious computer code written by terrorists or nations threatens national security and stability, Homeland Security chief says -- to agreement by security experts.
Last.fm advises all users to change their passwords as a precaution but didn't discuss if the leaks were related to recent problems at LinkedIn and eHarmony.
The creators of the Flame cyber-espionage threat ordered infected computers still under their control to download and execute a component designed to remove all...
When Microsoft slayed the notorious botnet Rustock, which had been sending as much as 40 percent of all spam worldwide, in March 2011, it forced the volume of...
Criminals know how to overcome banks' security, and now focus on customers who are not PC security-savvy, says security firm.
The breach is so serious that LinkedIn itself is advising people to change their LinkedIn passwords immediately.
If a nation-state targets your PC, Google will let you know.
The Android malware scanner called Bouncer, which Google uses to scrutinize all apps uploaded to Google Play, can be easily bypassed, according to security experts.
The program is creating bogus certificates that allow it to fool Windows into thinking that certain components of Flame are Microsoft products.
Existing security certificates are being recalled after the technology was exploited by the Flame malware.
Microsoft issued a security advisory after discovering that the 'Flame' malware attack exploits a flaw to appear as if it's legitimate code from Microsoft.
The Flame malware was apparently infecting computers for as long as four years, but was detectable by antivirus software, an analysis suggests.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center is warning people about a new Citadel malware platform used to deliver ransomware, named Reveton.
A security firm says Apple's lack of support for older Macintosh operating systems leaves Mac users vulnerable to cyber security attacks such as the recent Flashback.
UPDATE: U.S. President Barack Obama ordered the Stuxnet cyberattacks on Iran in an effort to slow the country's development of a nuclear program, according to a report.