Don't-Miss Firewall Stories
Easy to use and inexpensive hacker's toolkits are opening up cybercrime to the entire criminal underworld, according to Symantec.
The free, cloud-based antivirus software is available for corporate users courtesy of ClamAV for Windows, which soon will reach version 3.0.
We have nothing to worry about when it comes to cyber security--unless two types of catastrophic events happen at once, a report says.
A group of malicious hackers based in Russia are now offering a "whitehat" toolkit of hacking tools and techniques.
These easy-to-use VPN apps keep you anonymous wherever you're accessing the Net.
Adobe will build in Control Panel access to Flash Player security settings, and Firefox and Chrome will have similar levels of control. But is it too little, too late?
After a brief period of low spam levels, top-dog spam botnet Rustock appears to be back in business
A German security researcher has shown how the massive computing power of Amazon’s EC2 cloud computers can crack wireless passwords in as little as six minutes.
There's some early optimism about the information technology industry as the world steps into 2011. For one thing, the global network security market is expected...
Computer giant adds to security portfolio with SaaS provider.
A Mozilla database was exposed to the Internet, the Mozilla Foundation disclosed
Google's Wi-Fi spying, Apple's iPad e-mail leak, Facebook's Wi-Fi jacking--just how serious are these privacy threats?
Take a look at some of the big security stories of 2010 and take the lessons from those trends to arm yourself for 2011.
There was an accidental data leak in one of Microsoft's cloud services, but we can expect more in the future as we come to grips with working online.
The Mozilla browser will reportedly join Microsoft's Internet Explorer in offering an early response to the FTC’s proposed capabilities.