Monthly Archives: February 2012
RSA special Chet Chat sharing Chester's and Duck's first impressions of the first day of the RSA 2012 conference in San Francisco.
Google is offering cash prizes totaling $1 million to hackers, plus a Chromebook, for those who successfully exploit its Chrome browser at the CanSecWest security conference next week.
A grey hat hacker has discovered cross-site scripting (XSS) holes in 25 UK online stores that are certified as safe by the likes of VeriSign, Visa, and MasterCard.
Police say that they have arrested four people, in connection with a series of Anonymous internet attacks against Spanish websites.
French computer crime investigators have charged two men in connection with money-making malware that targets Android smartphone users.
Join in with those attending RSA 2012 and get in the running to win a NERF N-STRIKE Vulcan EBF-25.
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The heated debate across Europe about ACTA has led the European Commission to refer the controversial agreement to the European Union's highest court.
This week, news has emerged in Canada of a police investigation into the use of robocalling (automated phone dialling, a.k.a. voice spam) in an apparent attempt to disrupt an election result.
In the face of an internet that can be controlled all too easily by corporations and regimes, activists are building alternative mesh networks that can never be blocked, filtered or shut down.
A malware attack cloaks its true intentions by posing as an emailed scan from a printer.
Would your users click on the attachment without thinking twice?
Concerns are raised over the beta version of Firefox for Android, after it demands that users allow it to access your smartphone's ability to send and receive SMS messages.
Could such a permission be a security threat for the future?