Viruses and worms are likely to be with us for the foreseeable future - but how will the methods used to fight them develop?
By Rupert Goodwins
| November 24, 2003 -- 13:05 GMT (05:05 PST)
| Topic: Security
RISC-V opens up processor design
5G New Radio: The technical background
New 5G business models
Spectre and Meltdown: Insecurity at the heart of modern CPU design
Cloud security is too important to leave to cloud providers
11 cloud vulnerabilities that keep customers up at night.
Google wants to reduce lifespan for HTTPS certificates to one year
A Google proposal would cut lifespan of SSL certificates from 825 days to 397 days.
I installed Verizon's free junk call blocker and it seems to kind of help
There is a way to reduce call spam. It's not perfect, but it helps. And hey, that's a start, right?
Cloudflare IPO: A real tech giant in the making -- with a female co-founder
Cloudflare IPO puts the "tech" back into tech IPOs -- protecting the core of the Internet.
Apple files lawsuit against Corellium for flogging virtual iOS copies for security tests
The copies are marketed for security research. Apple disputes the validity of the business model.
To patch Windows or not: Do you want BlueKeep bug or broken Visual Basic apps?
This week's Windows updates fix critical 'wormable' flaws but may also break Visual Basic apps, macros, and scripts. What should you do?
UK watchdog to investigate King's Cross facial recognition tech used to spy on public
Thousands of people pass through the busy London area on a daily basis.
Google: You're sticking with passwords that have already been hacked
Bad password habits are hard to change, says Google, with many users ignoring security-breach warnings.
The pointless puppetry of national security's parliamentary processes