The telco investigated for snooping on customers for the government in
the wake of the September 11 attacks has decided to take advantage of a
“call for help” feature on Intel's vPro technology.
Software giant Microsoft is suing the writers of scareware code of the type that hit the New York Times over the weekend.
We saw it with Michael Jackson, we saw it with Farrah Fawcett - a celebrity death is bonanza time for spammers. And Patrick Swayzee is no exception, with scareware alerts appearing within hours of his death.
Those annoying little Captcha images look set to be around a while longer, following a study examining whether they really do prevent automated network attacks.
The US publisher of a flight simulator site which was hacked in May says it has tracked down the perpetrator and provided evidence to the British police.
A slew of recent hacking attacks has prompted the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to form a cyber security working group. The group is expected to assess the FCC's current cyber security expertise, identify vulnerabilities and submit recommendations to address any deficiencies.
ATM fraud in Europe is rising fast, with criminals using increasingly sophisticated methods of attack.
The policeman in charge of child protection on the internet in the UK
has warned that parents are failing to protect children from sexual
Although it might be a little late, a network project has started to try and crack a couple of World War Two Enigma messages.
The Snow Leopard security debate can best be described as a raging tempest in a teacup. Indeed, the majority of mainstream platforms - including Microsoft Windows - are inherently insecure.
The web site of open source organisation The Apache Group was taken down on Friday after being hacked.
A report published by Symantec's MessageLabs indicates that shortened-URL spam continues to be a popular medium for criminal elements attempting to sell drugs online. According to Matt Sergeant, spammers are taking advantage of the heightened interest in health-related issues such as swine flu to disseminate large volumes of spam using the powerful Donbot botnet.
Japanese scientists took just sixty seconds to break the WPA encryption used in wireless routers. The previous record stood at 15 minutes.
Twitter amounts to 'internet shopping for burglars', according to a UK insurance agency.
A report published by IBM's X-Force says there has been a staggering 508 percent increase in the number of malicious Web links. X-Force Director Kris Lamb told TG Daily that web client, server, and content threats have converged to create an 'untenable risk landscape.'
Anti-virus software firm McAfee has a fresh bit of nonsense to proffer to the world today.
A US hacker who once informed on the criminal underworld for the secret
service has been working with Russian criminals to carry out a series
of digital burglaries, prosecutors say.
An insidious botnet has breached Twitter's cyber defenses and is exploiting the social networking site to further its command-and-control operations. According to Symantec, 'obfuscated' Twitter status messages are being used to send out new download links to malware software known as "Downloader.Sninfs."
A site claims that there is a "fundamental problem" with Firefox updates using the OS X operating system.
A group of computer scientists has shown just how easy it is to hack an electronic voting machine and steal votes.