Do you really need malware protection for your Android handset or tablet? We look at two very different viewpoints.
Malware that intercepts boleto transactions, the second most popular form of payment in Brazil, has infected nearly 200,000 PCs, according to a US security research firm.
If you were on the British Gas Help Twitter account yesterday, you may have seen some strange messages and phishing links, following a security breach.
If you get a suspiciously brief email from Sage pointing out an unpaid invoice, then be very careful about what action you take.
We discuss whether the National Crime Agency’s warning of a major computer attack is an attention grabbing headline that could make us ambivalent to future security alerts.
An Egyptian researcher accessed the security loophole and means that anyone with access to Siri from the lockscreen can access the contact list and potentially use it illicitly.
Both Dropbox and Box have been highlighted as susceptible to web vulnerabilities which can be leveraged to grant unauthorised access to shared links.
A new scam that claims to offer free £500 ASDA vouchers has been doing the rounds on Facebook with costly a premium rate mobile number costing some users large sums.
Fresh off the burner from his main stage speaking slot, security guru Graham Cluley was in typically combative form when we met at Web Summit 2013.
Web Summit, one of Europe's largest technology and innovation festivals, is set to kick off in Dublin, and we've got everything you need to know about the blockbuster tech festival.