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Customers will not be held responsible for fraudulent charges, the company said
Phishing emails masquerade as security alerts from Apple about rogue iTunes purchases, researchers from Symantec said
Instagram and Grindr stored images on their servers that were accessible without authentication
They've recruited US-based accomplices to make their scams look less suspicious
Intel's Trusted Execution Technology helps the IBM cloud service meet stringent compliance and auditing regulations
F-Secure's latest Threat Report highlights concerns that the force behind CryptoLocker ransomware was disabled but not destroyed.
The new malware program is an OS X version of a Windows backdoor called XSLCmd, researchers from FireEye said.
LinkedIn now allows users to see and terminate their authenticated sessions from multiple devices
A server connected to Healthcare.gov had botnet malware on it, but the malicious code was never used and no personal information was compromised.
But a German data protection commissioner called the decision 'a catastrophe and a setback for data protection'
Charlie Shrem, a bitcoin entrepreneur, and Robert M. Faiella pleaded guilty before a New York court.
Two-factor authentication will be enabled on iCloud, along with more warnings for certain account actions
AT&T's NetBond is coming to Box next year