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Hackers continue trying to exploit a patched vulnerability in Microsoft’s Graphic Display Interface (GDI), researchers said this week.
Cybercriminals are playing off the interest in celebrity gossip by sending email that promises erotic pictures of stars such as Angelina Jolie and Britney Spears but are instead sending a trojan, Panda Security researchers have found.
An overwhelming majority of Americans claim to feel safe online, according to a recent poll.
An Arizona man filed a proposed class-action lawsuit against LifeLock, a Tempe-based company that claims to protect customers against identity theft.
Some users of the Sony PlayStation network may have had their passwords changed and personal information exposed through unauthorized access, the gaming platform provider has disclosed.
Officials in Washington state have filed a civil lawsuit against an Arizona man accused of coercing consumers into buying pop-up blocking software after first spamming them with pop-up ads.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is hosting a half-day roundtable event to discuss new strategies aimed at increasing awareness of phishing schemes.
Most legitimate websites average seven vulnerabilities, with nine out of 10 containing serious flaws that hackers can exploit, the latest WhiteHat Website Security Statistics Report reveals.
Spammers are using Google Calendar to send spam meeting invites, according to two security companies.
With online viewing the only option for many college basketball fans this week, businesses run the risk of employee productivity declines, bandwidth overloads and security threats, experts say.
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