CryptoLocker is a nasty bit of ransomware that encrypts all your files unless you fork over $300 in Bitcoin—but Fox-IT and FireEye can help you find the key for free.
Does anyone really need to protect their keystrokes with 128-bit AES encryption?
Both security vendors said they can still sell to Chinese government agencies
The malware is persistent across system reboots, despite not having any files on disk
A new Chrome app called miniLock is making it easy to encrypt and share single files with others.
Two researchers will show at Defcon how a Dropcam could turn into a Trojan horse
Email addresses of 76,000 were exposed along with 4,000 encrypted and salted passwords
A newly discovered ransomware threat runs as a batch file and uses the open-source GnuPG program for encryption
The latest version of EMET allows administrators to block plugins on certain websites
The firmware in such devices is unprotected and can be easily overwritten by malware, researchers from Security Research Labs said