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Updates, ahoy. Get a strong pot of coffee on the go, Patch Tuesday is on deck for another month. Microsoft has released patches for seven security vulnerabilities, four of them considered 'critical.'
Visa is being hit with a lawsuit after retailers decided to fight penalties imposed by credit card companies for data breaches.
Prepare your systems (and a strong pot of coffee): Patch Tuesday is on deck for another month. Microsoft will release patches for seven security vulnerabilities, four of them considered 'critical.'
With Android accounting for 96 percent of all mobile malware in Q4 2012, F-Secure warns that the Google-developed mobile platform is increasingly being targeted by malware writers and hackers.
In a severe threat to online freedoms in the region, the European Parliament is set to vote in the next week on "a ban on all forms of pornography in the media."
Tested on an Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1.2, an attacker can bypass the device's lock screen, albeit momentarily, to access functions and view data on the device.
The file sharing site's support forum has dozens of complaints of email spam. Dropbox, which suffered a data breach last year, doesn't believe it has suffered a fresh hack.
HP's senior vice president of enterprise security software suggests that we could learn a thing or two from cyber criminals -- and possibly persuade them to look elsewhere for targets at the same time.
Polish security researchers have discovered yet more zero-day vulnerabilities in Java, the beleaguered Web plug-in, that led to the successful intrusion of Facebook, Apple and Microsoft in recent weeks.
McAfee's CTO for worldwide operations warns that the security landscape is on its way to a complete breakdown if it doesn't change its course soon.
We now have a clearer picture as to just how much personal data is acquired when U.S. law enforcement plug in a cell phone or smartphone and download its data with forensic tools.
Trend Micro is trying to cover two bases at once with a new security development aimed to secure up both Facebook and Android smartphones.
At the start of RSA 2013, Juniper Networks is rolling out a global database to track attacks on individual devices.
It appears that the website NBC.com was compromised by malware for around fifteen minutes Thursday 12pm PST with RedKit malware.
Cyber criminals are moving beyond financial services with an increasing number of attacks on other economic and governmental segments, according to McAfee.
A new report from Javelin Strategy & Research found that identity fraud claimed approximately one new victim every three seconds in 2012.
Reports suggest that both Facebook and Apple employees—and likely others, including Twitter—visited an infected Web site laden with malware, which exploited a vulnerability in Java. Now the cause has been identified, here's what you can do.
The iPhone and iPad maker said today that it is working with law enforcement to identify the hackers that breached its internal network. Once again, a Java exploit was to blame for allowing the hackers in.
A new security report alleges that the Chinese military has a hand in an "overwhelming" number of cyberattacks.
Anonymous Operation Last Resort has struck successfully again, leaking crucial files from an investment banking firm allegedly linked to intelligence firm Stratfor.