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
5G New Radio: The technical background
New 5G business models
Next-generation 802.11ax wi-fi: Dense, fast, delayed
Spectre and Meltdown: Insecurity at the heart of modern CPU design
ICANN: There is an ongoing and significant risk to DNS infrastructure
Recent rash of DNS hijacking attacks has spurred ICANN to urge the industry for a more rapid DNSSEC adoption.
Less than one in 10 Americans take necessary steps to prevent identity theft
Most Americans think they will be victims of cyber crime -– yet not many are concerned about it
Russian national, author of NeverQuest banking trojan, pleads guilty
NeverQuest (Vawtrack) author Stanislav Lisov faces up to five years in prison. To be sentenced in June.
Another Facebook privacy scandal, this time involving its mobile analytics SDK
Don't be too quick to blame Facebook on this one. The company may not actually be so guilty this time.
5G, security and Huawei: Why the UK is taking a different approach
The old certainties about where technology comes from are going away. That means tough choices ahead.
Phishing campaign attempts to spread a new brand of snooping malware
These new malware attacks are very precisely targeted with the aim of gathering information.
Arlo Ultra, hands-on: A premium security camera with expansion potential
Fake Google reCAPTCHA used to hide Android banking malware
The phishing campaign impersonates Google in attacks against banking institutions and their users.
Credit card details worth nearly $3.5 million put up for sale on hacking forum
Card details of 2.15 million Americans advertised in a separate forum ad.