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Google is warning Iranians that it is seeing a rise in what it believes are politically motivated phishing attacks ahead of the nation's presidential election.
Queensland's IT systems have been found to be contributing to botnets, still use IE6, and in some cases have six-year-old vulnerabilities in their server software.
The Spanish government wants the power to install spyware on mobile devices and PCs belonging to suspected criminals.
The industry places too much emphasis on finding out the source of cyberattacks, which does little to improve the state of security. Instead resources should be invested in security innovation around mobile, social media and cloud.
Google's mobile platform remains in the crosshairs of hackers, warns McAfee. Some variants surged by more than 30 percent in the first quarter alone.
WatchGuard director of security strategy Corey Nachreiner walks the audience at AusCERT 2013 through some of the tools that hackers use to break into systems.
The three Asian markets are the origin of Web threats such as spam, phishing e-mail and Web sites, botnets, and servers hosting malicious content.
We need to have a lower tolerance for lax security, but we also need to encourage those that are actually trying to do the right thing.
A vulnerability in a third-party application used on Drupal's servers have allowed attackers to access customer data, prompting the CMS developer to reset user passwords.
Would retaliatory attacks make hackers think twice?
An Indian malware service is building attack software for projects involving secret surveillance.
Core members of LulzSec have been sentenced for their campaigns, but according to the defense, some of the victims were "thoroughly deserving" of what happened to them.
Amid a growing battle between federal government agencies and hackers, cyberwarriors, and cyber-enemy nation states, the U.S. is ramping up its malware stockpile to 'hack back' at those who attack it.
A U.S. report claims that China's government and military have targeted U.S. government networks as part of a cyber espionage campaign.
Security researchers have discovered a previously unreported zero-day attack that targets U.S. government nuclear weapons scientists and researchers. Microsoft has warned Internet Explorer 8 users to upgrade to a later version of the browser, as the potentially affects at most one-quarter of all IE users.