Google Chrome users should take extra precautions when using the browser to type personal data, such as credit card numbers, into website forms, experts say.
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Bitcoin sales all recorded to a public ledger, meaning payments made to a company could lead to tracking of later payments made to that address
With the new networking method, devices are able spot a problem unit and then isolate it from the network before it can do any damage
Marks first time U.S. has accused China of using cyberweapons to steal intellectual property, and gain a military and economic advantage
Because of the hardware limitations, jailbreaking the device did not add much more risk than a rooted smartphone, one security expert said
Development marks a new post-startup phase in the Android malware business, on par with that of malicious tech targeting Windows
Number counted on Google Play by Symantec has grown to over 200 published by more than 50 developers
University of Auckland computer scientist Peter Gutmann is a judge in an international competition aimed at improving data security.
Significant increase in infection is curious because Windows 7 and Windows 8 PCs will not launch autorun.inf files
Terrorists could black out large regions of the nation for weeks or months, a report from the National Research Council says
Oracle contributes to the problem by not working more closely with the security industry on Java defenses, one security expert said
Anonymous-led denial of service attacks continued unabated for the second day Friday against Israeli government and corporate websites in retaliation for airstrikes in the Gaza Strip.
Bolstering 'the link shim' tool is expected to help businesses, as well as consumers
Kaspersky Lab said it discovered the malicious software during an analysis of the Flame command and control servers
As with Tuesday's attack on Wells Fargo, distributed denial of service attacks are said to be still crude but effective