Bad design decisions could have enabled malware infections, researchers from CERT/CC said
A mistake left thousands of Social Security numbers in publicly available files
The 30-year-old is also accused of hosting credit card selling forums online
The flaw affects the majority of Android devices in use and could easily be exploited by malware to make premium-rate calls
Invisible.im aims to allow people to have online chats but leave little digital forensic evidence
A rogue iframe injected into the site led visitors to exploits that installed a click-fraud Trojan program, researchers from Symantec said
The new version of MobileIron's management software gives mobility to IT administrators, and segments and segregates admin privileges.
Demand for real-time threat monitoring from cloud services providers is rising as hacking risks persist
Were developers the same people?
Citrix is working aggressively to get the site removed, hidden from most browsers
The attack against Spamhaus was one of the largest ever recorded at the time
A German intelligence employee is accused of passing information to a US contact
Police were investigating the provision of online banking and gambling activities without the appropriate license
Electronic devices that cannot be turned on will not be allowed onboard aircraft, according to new U.S. rules
The next decade will be a difficult for the Internet, according to experts canvassed by the Pew Research Center and Elon University.
Next version quietly drops XP from list
Although unverified, the code indicates a broad effort to monitor those interested in protecting their online activities
Man-in-the-browser fraud operated with impunity
Regulators want to make sure user data privacy was respected
Fraudsters modified payment invoices called boletos using sophisticated malicious software, RSA said