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Two security organizations have released online tools that let Windows users check for possible infections by the surveillance malware Gauss.
A new malware threat has been discovered that seems to have the same state-sponsored roots as Stuxnet, Duqu, and Flame.
New configurations of the Shylock financial malware inject attacker-controlled phone numbers into the contact pages of online banking websites, according to...
Attacks on small businesses have doubled this year, primarily on companies in the defense industry.
Criminals are sending malicious emails that purport to come from payroll services firms in order to infect with malware the computers of payroll administrators...
The SpiderOak secure online backup service protects you by encrypting your data with keys that only you know.
Efforts to mature into a more enterprise-ready service take a hit.
A new security project is monitoring in real time the price of stolen credit-card data sold in underground forums.
It's urgent for the U.S. Senate to pass a cybersecurity bill now stalled because of opposition from several lawmakers, White House officials say.
Android apps that provide what Google deems a "poor user experience" will be banned.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission wants to enlarge the list of entities that must get parental permission when they collect and use personal information on websites targeted at children.
A stolen password was used to access the employee's account, which contained a document with user e-mail addresses, Dropbox said.
Mobile malware is rising fast, infecting nearly 13 million phones in the world during this year's first half, up 177 percent from the same period a year ago...