Automobile companies are being urged to exercise caution by Symantec when opening email attachments as a campaign specifically targeting them has been spreading.
Google's Gmail app on Android smartphones has fallen victim to the hacks of US researchers who managed to access Gmail accounts by disguising harmful software as another downloaded app.
The head of cybersecurity operations at the White House has revealed that he doesn't believe that his lack of a deep level of IT knowledge gives him an edge in his field.
The executive director of the Tor Project has said that he suspects NSA and GCHQ agents are actually helping Tor users remain anonymous by leaking vulnerabilities to the project.
The social network has granted the money to a pair of German researchers with a seemingly viable approach to detecting vulnerabilities in online applications.
According to a report by FireEye Mobile Security Team, 68 per cent of the 1,000 most-downloaded free apps contain the vulnerability, allowing sensitive information to be intercepted.
The microblogging site revealed that it had seen a 40 per cent decrease in spam since the launch of the new system, which aims to prevent spambots in real-time.
Microsoft's Malware Protection Centre is reporting a downward trend in the traffic generated by some of the most popular rogues over the past 12 months.
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Symantec has announced that its next Norton Security release will simplify its software portfolio, offering customers a cloud-based solution scheduled for release this autumn.