Security organizations today raised Internet threat levels to warn users that they expect widespread attacks using exploits of a just-acknowledged critical bug in all versions of Windows.
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Dell, through its Kace unit, is making available free Web browser <a href="http://www.kace.com/products/freetools/free-secure-browser/ t">security software</a> that works by creating a protective "sandbox" on the desktop to isolate the user's desktop...
Microsoft on Friday warned that attackers are exploiting a critical unpatched Windows vulnerability using infected USB flash drives.
Google grew its revenue and profits in the second quarter, but while revenue topped Wall Street's expectations, profits fell short.
<a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2009/070909-botnets-increasing.html?ap1=rcb">Spam</a> continues to grow largely due to the growth in malicious <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/63586">botnets</a>. Many botnets are command-...
Perhaps there is finally something to deter <a href="http://www.chatroulette.com/">Chatroulette.com</a> users from their more offensive behavior: University researchers say that users of the popular video-chat site may not be as anonymous, or as priv...
Microsoft today patched five vulnerabilities in Windows and Office, including a bug hackers have been exploiting for almost a month.
A surge in third-party software vulnerabilities accounted for the bulk of a ballooning bug count in the first half of 2010, said Danish security firm Secunia today.
The mainstream media ignored important additional research related to the video of a U.S. Apache helicopter shooting civilians in Iraq that was leaked to the Wikileaks Web site, according to its founder and editor, Julian Assange.
Although many people already are engrossed in cyberspace, judging by the amount of communicating, socializing and commerce conducted online, we're at the advent of what will be a near total immersion in technology and the Internet, according to a tec...
Google's recent restoration of Google.cn may have helped the company secure a renewal of its Internet Content Provider (ICP) license in China, but the search site provides precious few search services to users.
Gaming giant Activision Blizzard Inc. today said it has abandoned plans to force commenters to use real names when posting on its World of Warcraft and StarCraft forums after <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9179042/Gaming_giant_Blizza...
It's unlikely that consumers' iTunes accounts were hacked by a Vietnamese iPhone developer, a security researcher said today.
<a href="http://www.google.co.uk">Google</a> has launched a version of <a href="http://www.youtube.co.uk">YouTube</a> aimed at those that view the video-sharing site on a TV.
Facebook faces a fine from a German privacy regulator for failing to obtain the consent of the people whose contact details it stores.
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