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Troon Golf, with 190 courses in 32 states, found a more efficient and cost-effective way to link its links, reports Greg Masters.
Another one bites the dust: Sony PlayStation’s website is the latest victim of the mass SQL attacks.
Research firms have been saying for quite some time that the antivirus/perimeter approach to security is dead, and targeted attacks could very well be the final nail in the AV coffin.
A pair of in-the-wild trojans is simultaneously impacting the Mac OS X platforms, according to two security firms.
A new, free toolkit that turns a trojan into a worm — discovered this week by Panda Labs’ researchers — is a ploy to keep the heat off the more sophisticated hackers, experts say.
Two crimeservers containing 500 megabytes of stolen data have been discovered in Argentina and Malaysia. The data was likely being made available online to the highest bidder.
Child porn possession charges were dropped against a Massachusetts man after forensic experts proved his state-issued computer had been infected with malware.
Kaspersky Lab announced Monday it has created a free utility to restore files that may have been deleted by a new ransomware variant.
The deadly twisters that ripped through Kansas this week and the historic floods sweeping across the Upper Midwest will soon give rise to donation scams and malicious attacks, the SANS Storm Center warned on Friday.
The security vendor’s chief technology officer said today the company will withdraw from the popular VB100 anti-malware tests, launching a tirade against the testers’ methodology.
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