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What's becoming old hat for Microsoft, the software behemoth has led another successful dismantling of a botnet network. But if history is any guide, this doesn't mean the banking trojan Citadel is extinguished for good.
Microsoft released its Security Intelligence Report Volume 15 earlier this week and is strongly encouraging users to upgrade from Windows XP.
A five-year-old figured out a bug in Xbox One that allowed him to log into his dad's account and have fun with games he was told not to play.
The tech giant now joins other major companies offering rewards to successful bug hunters.
The intruders used the certificate to sign malware that appeared to be a legitimate update for Opera. A few thousand people may have been infected.
Both Mac Marshal Forensic Edition and Field Edition provide user-friendly forensic tool kits.
A Russian agency could be behind a sophisticated piece of malware known as Uroburos that has potentially been stealing confidential data from governments and other high profile targets since as far back as 2011.
The strongest aspects of this product were its support, functionality and ease of use.
The cloud is the extension of the virtual world, which is going to, you guessed it, replace our expensive, bloated physical data centers.
Which industries will experience the most data encryption challenges in 2014?
Over time, the notion of defense-in-depth has matured in the physical world and, to some degree, in the virtual world as well. reports Peter Stephenson.
While already ubiquitous in much of the world, mobile payment options are gaining traction in the United States, reports Stephen Lawton.
After a quiet year on the advanced malware front, we could soon see more activity, says the Atlantic Council's Jason Healey. Karen Epper Hoffman reports.