Belkasoft, manufacturer of digital forensic software, becomes Guidance Software’s Partner of the Month.
Researchers have developed a new tool to detect and contain malware that attempts root exploits in Android devices. The tool improves on previous techniques by targeting code written in the C programming language.
Cryptocat, the popular open source application that enables users to chat online easily and securely, is now available for iPhone users (on Apple's App Store), as well.
Hundreds of open source packages, including the Red Hat, Ubuntu, and Debian distributions of Linux, are susceptible to attacks that circumvent the most widely used technology to prevent eavesdropping on the Internet, thanks to an extremely critical vulnerability in a widely used cryptographic code library.
A bitcoin bank has been forced to close after hackers stole 896 bitcoin, worth £365,000, in an attack on Sunday. The company shut its website and posted a statement on Tuesday morning detailing the loss.
Even though Edward Snowden’s revelations about NSA mass surveillance programs have dominated headlines since last year and sparked an ongoing trend toward “transparency” on the part of the tech giants, it turns out that infosecurity professionals aren’t quite as concerned as the general public or some politicians.
Preet Bharara and his staff are learning how to think about prosecutions in a whole new way. What's in question are the real-life identities of cloaked criminals.
Malware peddlers employing a new Zeus banking Trojan variant have resorted to hiding the malware's configuration file into innocuous-looking sunset and cat photos.
If Windows XP is the dinosaur in the room, then OS X Snow Leopard — despite being named after a predator — is more like a sitting duck.
Regional cyber vulnerabilities are not linked to any single factor, but to a variety of different socio-economic factors.
Social networking website Meetup.com is fighting a sustained battle against cyber attackers who are demanding only $300 to call off a campaign that has kept the site offline for much of the past four days.
U.S. utilities would benefit from an independent group to set industry-wide guidelines on combating cyber threats, according to a think-tank report that was co-authored by a former director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Police may soon have a new way to catch pedophiles who distribute child abuse photos anonymously online. The technology could also identify smartphone thieves who take pictures with the stolen gadgets and then post their snapshots on the Internet.
Police in Florida have offered a startling excuse for having used a controversial “stingray” cell phone tracking gadget 200 times without ever telling a judge: the device’s manufacturer made them sign a non-disclosure agreement that they say prevented them from telling the courts.