An overview of common holiday shopping attacks, and tips for a safe, secure online shopping experience.
A study from McAfee finds that US teens exhibit riskier online behavior than their peers around the world.
Take a look at where Petraeus and Broadwell went wrong so you can understand how to better secure your email and protect your privacy online.
Microsoft released six new security bulletins for Patch Tuesday, including a critical update for Internet Explorer that users should patch before shopping online this holiday season.
Many users are waiting a month or more to apply important security updates that can protect them from exploits and malware.
A review by Bit9 of Android Apps in the Google Play market found over 100,000 that are "questionable" or "suspicious".
Webroot SecureAnywhere 2013 takes the small, fast, effective protection of its predecessor, and brings it to the Mac OS X platform as well.
Now being written from scratch, this new software will be used in place of Windows to protect industrial control systems.
The highlight of the seven bulletins predicted for Patch Tuesday in October is a critical update for Microsoft Word.
Microsoft released MS12-063 out-of-band to address IE zero-day flaws, and a crucial update for IE10.
Microsoft and security vendors offer advice to guard against zero-day exploits targeting Internet Explorer.
Despite previously saying Windows 8 would not be updated until the end of October, Microsoft is working on a patch for critical flaws in the Flash Player in IE10.
The FBI adds face matching tech to its next nationwide surveillance initiative.
Next week's Patch Tuesday is exceptionally light, but IT admins may still be busy getting ready for new cryptographic key requirements being driven by Microsoft.
Oracle has cranked out a patch for Java a few short days after news of a zero-day exploit was announced. Oracle is short on details, though, about what the patch fixes.
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