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Apple's Mail, FaceTime, Calendar, Safari browser and Software Update could be vulnerable, a researcher said.
The hacker claims he obtained photocopies of thousands of passports belonging to law enforcement and military officials
Around 350,000 credit and debit cards were exposed in the incident -- not 1.1 million as first feared.
What's in a name? For one security expert, not enough when the name is "malware."
Amazon's 50 top-selling routers are open to attack, researchers at Tripwire report.
Microsoft has delivered a stopgap defense for active attacks against Internet Explorer 10, and is not likely to ship a patch before March 11.
The U.S. tax agency releases its "Dirty Dozen" of leading tax scams that have surfaced, urging consumers to take care.
Researchers have developed tag-based software to control who can see your files.
Do foreign intelligence agencies have the right to intercept privileged communications between lawyers and clients?
The leaked source code could lead to a larger number of attacks using the mobile malware, security researchers from RSA said
The 100Gbps attack knocked 300 websites offline for about three hours
Webroot mobile threat report illustrates dramatic rise in mobile malware—especially threats targeting Android devices.
The attackers appear to be gathering broad intelligence about visitors to three websites, FireEye says
Mobile security report finds cyber criminals adapt practices to maximize profits and minimize detection.
The German data protection authority recommended Swiss WhatsApp alternatives Threema and myEnigma