The pornographic websites identified as posing a significant threat of infecting users with malware have defended their records.
WordPress users and Internet administrators are this week picking up the pieces from a sweeping cyber attack on the popular blogging platform.
Server crash at the Pentagon results in “significant amount of defence work” and “over 500,000 emails containing attorney-client privileged communications”, being lost.
The Chinese manufacturer is continuing to spread its wings in Europe having now signed a lucrative deal to help implement Italy's ultra-fast 4G mobile network.
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New research has detected an upsurge in the harbouring of malware on popular pornographic websites, with the worst offenders posing more than a 50 per cent risk of infecting the visitor's computer.
The Romanian security firm has launched a brand new version of its free antivirus solution on the Google-owned operating system, Android.
A Londoner who was sent photos from his stolen MacBook of unsuspecting new owners in Iran has been asked to remove the pictures after the story spread across the web.
Samsung appears well and truly committed to its ‘phablet’ line having today confirmed the launch of two more giant smartphones – the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3.
With the government announcing that the UK is to host a new global cyber security centre at Oxford University, industry experts have praised the nature of the UK's developing cyber strategy.
According to sources in the US, the tech giant is set to follow the same tablet path as Apple and other rivals by scaling down the original 10.6in Surface to a new 7in model.
The malware that paralyses your computer and demands a ransom for its release is on the rise. We speak to the experts to find out more on one of the most profitable cybercrimes out there.
Robert Hormats, Undersecretary of State for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs, has said that hacking and cyber espionage attempts from the Chinese will cost the country valuable business.
Tension continues to build as Seoul points the finger of blame at its neighbour over the cyber attacks that crippled its banks and TV networks last month.
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Philip Lieberman of security firm Lieberman Software believes a lack of concern for IT security will cost the US greatly as international foes continue to line up cyber attacks.
The Android console brought into the limelight via Kickstarter was due for release this month, but high demand has delayed its arrival.
The pick of the action across the consumer and professional sides of ITProPortal today, also featuring news of Canada's bid to boost its struggling mobile darling, BlackBerry.
Research from Romanian security firm Bitdefender has highlighted the growing problem of data breaching in Android apps that share user data with third parties.
A delay in the release of the flagship HTC One smartphone - unveiled back in February - has led to HTC posting a record-low quarterly profit.
The world's largest social network is hoping to reduce spam on the site by charging users for messages sent to public figures and members they aren't connected with.
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Social media accounts belonging to the North Korea government's Uriminzokkiri news agency have been hacked this afternoon, posting pictures mocking supreme leader Kim Jong-un.
As the world weighs up how serious the threat of nuclear attacks are from North Korea, the US and South Korea are taking no chances with their cyber defences.
One of the driving forces behind London’s burgeoning Tech City has resigned from his role as senior policy adviser to David Cameron’s government.