A hacker's claim that he gained access to all of Valve's internal files was played out too far, even though it appears he did hack a third-party site that deals with Valve.
Apple today released its fourth security update of the year for the Mac operating system, with 25 new patches making it to the front this time around.
A hacker claims to have gotten hold of a mountain of sensitive data from software company Valve, including credit card information from users who have purchased content from its digital distribution system Steam.
In an internal audit, inspectors at the Internal Revenue Service have found unauthorized wireless devices at several offices which could allow hackers to compromise taxpayer information.
Most companies have secrets protected by passwords, but according to a recent study those passwords can be obtained with just a candy bar and a smile.
Computer security vendor Grisoft has updated its AVG Internet Security suite for Vista.
A new worm has been discovered by Internet security company Sophos, which it says can make computers vulnerable to remotely controlled attacks.
Hackers have found a way to replicate an XP hack on Vista that exploit original equipment manufacturer (OEM) activation through the basic input output system (BIOS) process.
Microsoft today released previously announced security updates as part of its monthly update cycle. A total of 12 software updates are available, including five critical security patches.
The AACS LA has issued a security update for HD DVD and Blu-ray playback software, trying to cut back on the copyright infringement that has resulted from recent hacking incidents into the new high definition formats.
MMicrosoft has released an updated version of its MS07-017 patch that fixes some incompatibility problems with the animated cursor vulnerability patch.
The first virus designed exclusively at infecting the iPod has been discovered.
With a brief disruption, Microsoft is back on its usual monthly cycle of software and security updates. The company plans to six security related updates and six non-security related updates next week.
Over the past few years, the Internal Revenue Service has lost several hundred laptops according to a new report from the IRS Inspector General J. Russell George.
46,000 students and employees at the University of California San Francisco may have had their personal information stolen in a data breach, according to university officials.
Microsoft is working “around the clock” on an official patch for the Windows Animated Cursor Handling vulnerability that is running wild on the Internet.
Following a continuous increase in malware over the past months, China is now listed by Sophos as the leading malware country.
Computer security researcher eEye Digital Security has released an unofficial patch for the .ANI animated cursor vulnerability.
The British government has released a review on crime, and one of the suggestions on helping to tackle the problem of people being mugged for their valuable consumer electronic devices is to make them fingerprint activated.
Microsoft has admitted to security problems with the Xbox Live online service. The system is still technically sound and has not been hacked. However, programming director Larry Hryb from Xbox Live has admitted in his blog that there are social engineering problems.