After last year's semi-washout, the March security contest will again try to draw out exploits of the Chrome operating system.
The company has not confirmed a compromise but is notifying customers as a precaution.
Reports on under-reported Russian activity
Did security companies publish too much, too soon on the Target breach?
Well, that's embarrassing.
iSight describes the Trojan as sophisticated derivation of older point-of-sale malware.
An increasing number of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are coming from mobile devices, according to Prolexic Technologies.
The weak protections for customer data in Starbucks' mobile-payment app is a "wakeup call" for consumers who should never assume the apps they use in their smartphones are secure.
IntelCrawler also identified a 17-year-old Russian who it says wrote the BlackPOS malware, a version of which was used against Target
Those who stole the data appear to be keeping a low profile on underground forums