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The biggest loss of credit-card data in history was brought about largely because of lax wireless LAN security, it has emerged
Moxie Marlinspike has demonstrated a man-in-the-middle attack that could allow an attacker to intercept login details for supposedly secure websites
Attacks on the critical national infrastructure are becoming increasingly likely, claims BP's manager of digital security services
Security vendor Symantec has launched a project aimed at plugging holes in Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE).Project 'Canary' will run alongside IE "looking for attempts to exploit the browser", according to Adam Bromwich, senior manager for the development of advanced concepts at Symantec.
Search company has not sought to refute research from McAfee that claims Yahoo returns the riskiest results of the top five search engines
Declining profitability and the risk of identification are causing a decline in distributed denial-of-service attacks, according to Symantec
Networking giant has issued two sets of patches to address flaws in its wireless LAN controller software
As the latest version of OpenOffice Password Recovery is released, experts warn that documents created using the software may not be secure
Former White House adviser Howard Schmidt warns that hackers aren't just going after big corporations, and small businesses must beware.