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The attack campaign is highly sophisticated and appears to be a state-sponsored operation.
Two more updates boost the total for tomorrow to seven, including patches for Internet Explorer and Windows XP.
Snapchat request tokens can be resused to launch denial-of-service attacks against the app's users.
Alleged breach of Comcast mail servers prompts a lackadaisical response.
The government is exploring third-party alternatives for holding the phone metadata
Report finds improvement but is is enough?
This year's contest offers a grand prize of $150,000 that requires researchers to deal with Microsoft's EMET anti-exploit toolkit.
Members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee point to the failure of the retail industry to implement stronger measures against hacking.
Three of the four updates for Windows on Patch Tuesday will affect Windows XP, which is scheduled for retirement in April.
Analysis finds that Google Play still battles apps bearing malware, but the estimates vary with the research.
The U.S. is officially the world's capital for spam-spewing zombified computers after taking top spot on the 2013 Dirty Dozen Spampionship league table.
Attackers changed the DNS configuration of vulnerable home routers to mount man-in-the-middle attacks against users in Poland.
The bill comes in answer to rising smartphone and tablet theft across the U.S. and could usher in the technology on phones sold nationwide
Fazio Mechanical Services, which specializes in refrigeration, said it maintained a 'data connection' with Target
Twitter has complied roughly 70 percent of the time with data requests from the US government, the company disclosed Thursday.