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Conditioning Twitter users that its OK to click on links to download apps could be exploited to distribute malware.
Researchers found critical vulnerabilities in satellite communications devices used in the defense, maritime, aerospace and other sectors
In the future, Chrome OS users may unlock their PCs just by having their smartphone nearby.
Another 400,000 cards at subsidiary Aaron Brothers may have been affected
Managing the danger of cyberattacks has to involve all parts of an enterprise, speakers tell a Kaspersky conference
The new browser plug-in can identify Web sites that maybe vulnerable to the OpenSSL bug
The Tor Project banned 380 vulnerable entry and exit relays and is eyeing 1,000 more.
It was suspected that OpenVPN private keys could be at risk from Heartbleed, and now a personal VPN provider in Sweden says it has proven it.
A computer Trojan injects messages into Facebook to trick users into installing Android malware, researchers from ESET said
The Canada Revenue Agency reported data on 900 taxpayers was stolen through the Web vulnerability
Since February, Qihoo 360 has been rolling out Windows XP security software to 200 million users
The service, inspired by the now-defunct Lavabit, has started accepting registrations for its upcoming beta testing period.
Oracle also shipped 104 patches as part of a regular quarterly update
For almost an entire year beginning in March 2013, malicious attackers may have been harvesting customer information including credit card data, LaCie says.
The integration with Paypal makes the weakness of Samsung's implementation extra serious.