UK police arrested a third suspect on Saturday relating to the breach at communications provider TalkTalk, which said the amount of data exposed is less than initially thought.
Just one cybercriminal group may be collecting the revenue from Cryptowall 3.0, a malicious program that infects computers, encrypts files and demands a ransom, according to a new study.
A survey of applications installed on Windows computers found many people don't run up-to-date versions of Apple programs.
Iranian hackers are showing a strong interest in malware that can secretly pull data from Android devices, which are popular in the Middle East.
U.K. police arrested a 15-year-old boy in Northern Ireland on Monday in connection with the data breach at TalkTalk, as the broadband and phone provider faces growing criticism over its handling of the incident.
Spam emails containing the Dridex malware are being seen almost daily despite the arrest of one of its key operators in August.
Australia is investigating hi-tech solutions to prevent shark attacks, which are rare but highly publicized events in a water-loving country.
Tens of thousands of people who bought MacKeeper have filed for refunds as part of a proposed class-action settlement against the application's former developer.
Joomla, a popular content management system, released patches on Thursday for a vulnerability that can allow an attacker to get full administrative access to a website.
Researchers from Boston University said on Wednesday they've found several flaws in NTP that could undermine encrypted communications and even jam up bitcoin transactions.
Microsoft has started a three-month bug bounty program for two tools that are part of Visual Studio 2015.
Synack, a security company uses crowdsourcing for penetration testing, has built an intelligence platform that it says will narrow down weak points in a company's network.
Google and Yahoo are expanding their use of a successful system used to detect spam.
Magento said Tuesday there does not appear to be a new vulnerability in its e-commerce platform that is causing some websites to become infected with the Neutrino exploit kit.
In the 1960s and 70s, technically savvy enthusiasts sought to game telecommunications systems to make free calls, keeping telecom engineers on their toes.