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But the simple malware is likely to run a battery down, or worse, cause a phone to overheat
Attackers intercepted password-reset emails by manipulating Chunk Host's third-party email service
Nmap creator sets up a replacement for the recently closed Full Disclosure security mailing list.
In addition to CareerBuilder, new variants of the Trojan program target Monster.com, researchers from F-Secure said.
Trustwave should have detected and prevent the attacks, the suit claims
New applications are needed for wider acceptance, investors recently said.
Advocates plan to present two petitions to the DOJ and the State Department.
In a civil action, UFC-Que Choisir is asking the three social networks to make their user agreements clearer and fairer
Victims are asked to make bitcoin payments to recover encrypted files after their bitcoin wallets might have already been emptied
Poisoned RTF files can give hackers full control of your machine - even if you only preview the document in Outlook.
The malware can cause a cash machine to start churning out bills
Phone data will now be stored with telecommunications carriers rather than with the U.S. National Security Agency
The only way to recover from such an attack involves wiping all user data from affected devices, researchers from Trend Micro said.
Your data is safe - you just can't access it.