Microsoft’s October patch day brings six security updates addressing “critical” and “important” vulnerabilities in the firm’s Windows and Office software.
Spammers have found a way to use YouTube’s “Invite a friend” service to send out ad-laden emails. According to the security experts at Sophos, the spam bypasses traditional email filters because the messages originate from YouTube’s servers.
Core Security Technologies says that a critical flaw in AOL's instant messenger application has still not been fixed, despite the online company's remarks to the contrary.
Security software firm Sophos reports that webpages of the U.S. Consulate General in St. Petersburg, Russia, were infected by trojans earlier this week.
Canadian government officials are concerned that a planned rollout of Google’s Street View maps could violate the country’s privacy laws.
Chicago (IL) – Today we came across yet another free iPhone lock kit on the Internet, which - other than previously published methods - is free, only software-based and apparently complete.
China says it has never hacked into sensitive files in the Pentagon computer database, despite a recent report that claims otherwise.
Sony is the face of a new malware threat that deals with fingerprint-authenticating USB drives.
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer and Cisco's Chairman and CEO John Chambers today spoke at length about collaboration, teamwork and current and future technology directions during a webcast. It was an interesting mix, kind of a competitive love-fest for the future. One that promises new products and possibilities.
University of Michigan scientists have discovered a breakthrough way to utilize light in cryptography. The new technique can crack even complex codes in a matter of seconds. Scientists believe this technique offers much advancement over current solutions and could serve to foil national and personal security threats if employed.