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The malware, dubbed Zberp, targets customers of 450 financial institutions, security researchers from Trusteer said
Prosecutors contend the seven months time he has served is enough for Hector Xavier Monsegur
Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Yahoo are working to end US government gag orders that prevent them from disclosing how many national security data requests they've received.
After using open DNS and NTP servers for DDoS amplification, attackers are also abusing the SNMP protocol
China on Thursday announced it would vet major IT products for security threats
Not revealing the name of the country is censorship, Wikileaks' Julian Assange said
The botnet contained almost 1,500 compromised point-of-sale and other retail systems from 36 countries, researchers from IntelCrawler said
Attackers are probably trying to develop exploit code, the CTO of Qualys says
Companies need to worry about securing hardware that's connected to the Web as well as Windows, said one speaker
Authorities seized fake medicines worth US$36 million, but also shut down websites and removed rogue online advertisements
The odd case involved a buried smartphone, murder threats, and clues stashed in a cat's collar.
Critics of the bill say they plan to push for changes as it moves to the Senate
The seven-month-old flaw has remained unpatched in Internet Explorer 8, which has a 20 percent market share