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Mom kept you safe and happy when you were a kid, and now you can do the same for her—or at least for her PC.
Researchers propose foiling password thieves by salting password databases with red herrings called 'honeywords.'
McAfee plans to acquire Stonesoft, a Helsinki-based maker of firewalls, for US$389 million in cash, the companies said Monday.
Samsung's Knox software is expected to give the company's Galaxy phones a seriously business-friendly boost, but it may be facing delays.
About half of online shoppers are "very frequently" or "frequently" prevented from buying online good and services because they can't get their credentials to work at business websites, a study released Wednesday finds.
If you're an active user of Outlook, SkyDrive, Office Web Apps, or other Microsoft services, you may want to add two-step verification for an extra layer of security.
A patent lawsuit filed by New Jersey-based StrikeForce challenges two-factor authentication technology used by PhoneFactor, a company acquired by Microsoft last October.
Following similar disclosures from companies like Google and Twitter, Microsoft has for the first time released statistics about requests it has received from law enforcement agencies for data about its users, and the criteria it employs to decide how it will respond.
U.S companies and government agencies can learn from the large-scale disruptions that have hit several banks and media outlets in South Korea in the last 24 hours, security analysts said.
LinkedIn, the professional social media network, is suffering intermittent service disruptions Wednesday.
Kaspersky's new PURE 3.0 Total security package includes a number of improvements, plus a few new features.
On Thursday, Avast released version 8 of its antivirus software line, which includes major user-interface changes and new and improved features for both free and paid users.
Researchers discovered a loophole in Google's authentication system that allowed them to bypass the company's 2-step login verification by abusing the unique passwords used for individual applications.
Ditching Java and keeping your browser up-to-date can't protect against bad guys gunning for smart thermostats, smart TVs, and cybernetic implants.
Many Kaspersky customers were unable to access any websites on their computers Monday, due to a faulty antivirus update.