Analysis finds that Google Play still battles apps bearing malware, but the estimates vary with the research.
Cybercrooks are again exploiting Java's cross-platform design to install and spread bots.
Reports on under-reported Russian activity
The low-key theft campaign is believed to have stolen $550,000 or more from about 400 victims, police say.
The USB OTG standard shows future of portable drives.
A copycat of the widespread Cryptolocker malware is taking aim at P2P file-sharers.
Third-party markets push cheaper, pirated or fake versions of popular apps.
Criminals are having trouble finding anything with the capabilities to take its place, security firm Websense has noticed.
Some clever cybercrooks and scammers are running domains with slightly misspelled names of known security firms.
Websense identifies the top come-ons and scams that still seem to work.
Google says the way Gmail handles images is more secure, but some suggest the method is potentially a spammer's delight.
Russian police have confirmed arrest of a man they believe to be the notorious "blackhole" hacker.
A new zero day flaw in Windows XP and Server 2003 is being exploited in the wild to bypass the sandbox on unpatched versions of Adobe Reader, security firm FireEye reports.
The purveyors of the Cryptolocker Trojan have lowered their ransom demands in light of the soaring value of their preferred currency, Bitcoins, a security firm reports.
Activist group Privacy International has launched an ambitious project to track the spread of commercial surveillance, spying, and tracking technology and the often secretive firms selling into the booming sector.
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