iRobot, the makers of the PackBot robots used by police and police units, has now added electric dart firing Tasers to a test robot.
Sophos warns about a fake Microsoft security that tries to lure users into downloading a patch that really is a trojan horse.
Officials at the Los Alamos nuclear-weapons research lab are dealing with two more security breaches.
Over 150,000 Ohio citizens still haven't received their 2006 tax refunds due to a computer glitch, also opening them up to possible identity theft.
Officials at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport are now blaming insufficient voltage for disabling the airport’s baggage scanners.
Chicago (IL) – A report released by security blogger Jeff Jones indicates that Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing efforts are paying off: During the first six month after release, there were less than half the number of vulnerabilities disclosed in its predecessor and substantially less security issues than in other popular operating systems.
Piggybacking on a recent decision in France, a German industry organization wants German government officials to replace Blackberrys with a “more secure” German alternative.
Battling software piracy, Microsoft has patented its idea of embedding code into software that would allow a company to identify the original purchaser.
French government officials are ditching their Blackberry devices for fears of American eavesdropping.
A stolen backup tape probably contains the taxpayer records of more than 200,000 Ohio state residents and employees.
Troy University is planning on using specialized web cams to prevent test cheating by online students.
Less than a week after launching its first beta, in response to rampant criticism, Apple has released a security update to fix three vulnerabilities in the Windows version of its Safari browser.
Researchers are blasting Microsoft for a critical flaw that could cause a critical attack on users who rely on speech recognition to control their Windows-based computer.
Researchers intensively scanning the Mac-turned-Windows browser found as many as 18 problems in its first 48 hours.
Microsoft has posted its latest security bulletin, offering patches for six vulnerabilities, four of which are labeled critical.
Apple may have to start patching security holes in its new Safari browser sooner than expected: Security researchers already have discovered multiple Denial of Service (DoS) and remote execution exploits.
Next Tuesday's security update from Microsoft will fix six vulnerabilities, including four crticial remote code execution holes.