Malicious links remain a challenge
BitDefender's scans of millions of Facebook posts revealed more than 20% of the people using the company's safego product had been exposed to threats.
Researchers find flaws in Palm Smartphone webOS
Security researchers have uncovered three flaws in the Linux-based webOS platform used in Palm devices.
17 Microsoft executives determining the company's future
It's crunch time for key leaders as the company navigates an increasingly competitive landscape.
Mobile application developers face challenges
Reports of security issues in mobile banking applications for PayPal, Chase bank and others highlights some of the security challenges facing mobile app developers.
How malware authors fight back
Discussion of a honeypot reportedly designed by attackers to snare researchers and rivals has turned the spotlight on techniques malware authors use to protect their business.
IT management: Apple, Google, Microsoft IT job applicants tell all
A look at real-world job interview ratings and data submitted from prospective workers at top technology firms.
Consumers favour personal data in the cloud
Despite privacy concerns, consumers are willing to give cloud-based applications access to their personal data, a study reports.
Apple hates to admit defeat
Time and time again, the company has proven that it would rather come up with a solution that benefits it, rather than give in to critics' demands.
Flash vulnerability advisory appears beside patch
Adobe patches Shockwave Player, but reports a new vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player.
Self-encrypting drives for government apps unveiled
Seagate Momentus Self-Encrypting Drives with DriveAmor encryption technology offers government and other regulated industries a secure way to protect data.
Botnet for sale business booming
The group behind an attack on Twitter last year is now in the botnet-renting business - a racket security pros say can be very profitable