Microsoft issued a security advisory after discovering that the 'Flame' malware attack exploits a flaw to appear as if it's legitimate code from Microsoft.
Despite calls for more information about how Apple stores and analyzes the voice data it may be collecting through its Siri feature, Apple hasn't offered much explanation.
UPDATE: U.S. President Barack Obama ordered the Stuxnet cyberattacks on Iran in an effort to slow the country's development of a nuclear program, according to a report.
The social network experiences scattered service interruptions; Facebook says it's fixed, but some issues continue.
VMware today said its virtual-machine infrastructure software, vSphere 5.0, has achieved certification under what's known as the Common Criteria program.
Flame can sniff out information from input boxes, record audio from a connected microphone and take screenshots of applications that the virus deems important.
Businesses and individuals need to be aware that other threats like 'Flame' may already be out there, and take steps to be more diligent in guarding against them.
Security remains a top concern for companies looking to deploy a cloud strategy.
Developers have released Absinthe 2.0 which can jailbreak iOS 5.1.1 devices. Jailbreaking is a personal choice, but a jailbroken iOS device poses a security risk.
Big changes are coming to data protection laws in the European Union. Are you ready?