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Video and File-sharing Eat up Corporate Bandwidth: Report

The number of people streaming video and sharing files in the workplace has increased exponentially since November 2011.

10 Crazy IT Security Tricks That Actually Work

IT security threats are constantly evolving. It's time for IT security pros to get ingenious.

DNSChanger Doomsday Threat Fizzled--Just as It Should Have

You might see the whole DNSChanger ordeal as overblown. On the other hand, the information campaign worked.

DNSChanger Malware: What's Next?

FBI says 64,000 US-based Internet users impacted by DNSChanger Malware. PCWorld talks with representatives from AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon about what's next.

Password Protection 101: Lessons From the eHarmony Data Breach

The passwords used by the eHarmony site visitors shows that names of sports teams, dogs, states and masculine and feminine names formed the foundation of many of the passwords.

300,000 Infected Computers to Go Offline Monday

As many as 300,000 PCs and Macs will drop off the Internet in about 65 hours unless their owners heed last-minute calls to scrub their machines of malware.

Olympics Facing Threat From Cyberattacks, Says UK Official

A Home Office official has warned once again that with the Olympic Games only weeks away the country faces an unprecedented threat from cyber-attacks.

Targeted Attacks Against Aerospace Industry Use Sykipot Malware

New email-based attacks, some of which target the aerospace industry, are distributing new variants of the Sykipot information stealing malware, according to researchers from security firm AlienVault.

Why Network Firewalls and Mainframes Are Still Security Favorites

Network firewalls and mainframes are old technology, but despite calls over the years to do away with one or the other, they remain in widespread use.

Drones: Another Target for Hackers

Add to the list of concerns about drones in U.S. airspace the chance of hacking and redirection by terrorists, researchers warn.