A report found that just 56 per cent of the top 100 Apple iOS have been hacked with the publishers of the report warning that the widespread use of “cracked” apps is particularly risky.
Thursday Threat Report: Chinese hackers hit the EU, an ASDA Facebook scam does the rounds, and scammers come out for Christmas
We round up the three biggest threats that you need to be aware of this week, from ASDA voucher scams, to Chinese hackers and the scammers trying to catch you out this Christmas.
The Metropolitan Police Service’s new Cyber Crime Unit (MPCCU) has arrested four people suspected of stealing £1 million from two UK banks.
We delve deeper into the issue of exactly how the NSA is collecting location and browsing data via Google’s PREF cookie and other means.
HP today expanded its wide-ranging cloud portfolio with HP CloudSystem, and a raft of new services aimed at offering enterprises "greater agility, simplified management and improved security.
Today's Tech: Microsoft's Start button on the Threshold, Nokia's cooler Google Glass alternative and a curvier Apple iPhone
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including this summer's cyber-attack on EU foreign ministries by a Chinese hacking collective.
Intelligence agencies are secretly pinpointing suspects by using the same techniques that advertisers use to track consumers online, according to the latest revelations from leaked NSA documents.
A group of 13 hackers that helped carry out an attack on Paypal in 2010 has pleaded guilty to charges levelled against them and won’t go to jail as a result.
Avast is the most widely used free Internet security software on the planet. But how does its top-end commercial product stand up to the competition?
According to security firm FireEye, a total of nine machines were hacked by a collective dubbed Ke3chang, which distributed emails with infected attachments to snare its targets.
Today's Tech: Facebook gets depressing, Snapchat gets catty and the FBI watches users through peeping Tom webcam malware
The best of today's ITProPortal news, including the PRISM saga from its murky beginnings, starting with Edward Snowden's escape from the USA.