It's getting harder and harder to know who to trust on the World Wide Web, according to online safety advocates StopBadware.org.
Stories by Robert McMillan
Owners of hacked iPhones have begun posting instructions on how to roll back a recent Apple firmware upgrade that rendered their mobile phones unusable.
Users are reporting that a new update to Apple's iPhone is making previously unlocked iPhones unusable.
iPhone hackers have some new tools now, thanks to HD Moore, one of the developers of the Metasploit hacking software.
A critical flaw in the way that the AOL's instant messaging client displays Web-based graphics could be exploited by criminals to create a self-copying worm attack, security researchers are warning.
A set of newly discovered flaws in components of VMware's virtual machine software has called attention to some of the security risks associated with the practice of running virtual computers on a single system.
Mozilla has fixed a critical bug in the way the Firefox browser works with QuickTime media files.
More than a year after claiming to have found a way to take over a Macintosh computer using a flaw in the system's wireless card, David Maynor has published details of his exploit.
With its cash reserves running out, the SCO Group has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Microsoft has released its security patches for September, fixing known vulnerabilities in its MSN Messenger software and Unix services for Windows as well as a critical bug in Windows 2000.
September's batch of Microsoft security patches was trimmed when Microsoft announced that a planned update to its SharePoint collaboration software would not be released this month.
Microsoft has released what security experts are calling one of it most significant security fixes this year.
A bug in the way Norton Antivirus software uses the ActiveX programming language could cause serious problems for users of Symantec's products.
Microsoft will release nine sets of security patches next week, including six critical updates for Windows, Office, Internet Explorer and its Visual Basic development software.
Websense has developed a threat detection system designed to spot Web 2.0 attacks soon after they are launched.
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