- News tagged "security"
Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014
Trend Micro has just introduced its new Maximum Security Cloud Edition security software that helps protect Internet users from potentially harmful activities online.
Friday, 12 Sep 2014
According to declassified documents, the U.S. government threatened Yahoo with a massive US$250,000 a day fine if it failed to comply with its request for user communications data.
Tuesday, 2 Sep 2014
Apple has said that it is "actively investigating" iCloud to see if it is in some way responsible for the leak of hundreds of racy photos involving celebrities.
Saturday, 16 Aug 2014
Synology has confirmed that older versions of DiskStation Manager are being targeted by a ransomware known as "SynoLocker," which exploits two vulnerabilities that were fixed late in 2013. Find out how you can detect if you are infected, measures for prevention and your recourse to minimize and overcome the malware if you are affected.
Friday, 1 Aug 2014
Xiaomi responds to allegations that its phones are sending personal data to Chinese servers secretly
In a nutshell, Xiaomi says that's not true. More details after the jump.
Security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell plan to demonstrate a collection of proof-of-concept software to show how the security of USB devices are "fundamentally broken".
Tuesday, 8 Jul 2014
The Transportation Security Administration of the United States have passed new rules that disallows passengers from carrying aboard uncharged electronic devices.
Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014
Microsoft has just shared three important milestones that honor its earlier promise for increased security and transparency of its online and software products.
Friday, 30 May 2014
The cloud-based managed security service, utilizing Radware's next-generation networks and application security technologies, will deliver advanced threat protection from distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks to M1's enterprise fibre broadband customers.
Thursday, 22 May 2014
Symantec has reported that powerful russian cybercrime gangs have begun to use premium Android malware to broaden their attacks on financial institutions. The tool, known as iBanking, is one of the most expensive piece of malware Symantec has ever seen on the underground market.