An exploit exists in the wild for the vulnerability patched today in Flash Player. Windows, Mac and Linux versions are affected.
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Malicious Windows program sometimes mess with Chrome settings without telling the user. Chrome will now detect this and offer to revert to defaults.
What Verizon says and does appears to be in conflict, according to privacy specialists, legal experts, and academics, who argue the U.S. government can demand foreign data held by American telecom and technology companies.
While unsurprisingly Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Java were very vulnerable, Google's Chrome operating system was listed as the third most vulnerable system in 2013.
A well-known hacking organization is suing spies over civil rights and liberties.
Following a disastrous data breach that resulted in the theft of millions of customer records, Target is working on high-security "smartcards" for clients.
Independent test lab AV-TEST has released their latest results for Android security products. We bring you the results for detection, features, and system impact.
UPDATED. In its ongoing firestorm of breaches and defacements, the Syrian Electronic Army penetrated websites belonging to PayPal UK and eBay and provided visual examples on its Twitter feed.
RSA researchers found an operational Tor-based network collecting card data from point of sale (POS) systems in11 countries including the US.
Process Explorer, a free tool from Microsoft, now integrates support for VirusTotal, a free public service from Google.