The first summer month brought us news about the eternal confrontation of law enforcements and cybercriminals. Let’s see who was busted in June.
New analysis pinpoints some weaknesses in a new generation of cars with online capabilities. If exploited, this may result in car theft and other problems.
Microsoft moves against a malware-supporting webhosting company, NoIP, causing collateral damage in the process. The Miniduke APT campaign returns.
Let’s analyze new safety features in the upcoming Android release while we wait for it to arrive.
Read highlights from our top posts in June.
June was a busy month with hacks and data breaches, privacy, cryptography, and mobile security news, and an update on OpenSSL Heartbleed.
Kaspersky Lab’s recent research demonstrates that cyber-stealing is a very profitable and well-organized crime.
There were long time rumors about iPhone malware used to spy on smartphone owners, but now it’s official ―Kaspersky Lab researchers discovered a real life sample of this Trojan. ...
This week: the first mobile malware turns 10; we check in on Android security news and recent data breaches; and we fill you in on the week's patches.
Bullying isn't new, of course. But technology has made it easier than ever before for bullies to attack the vulnerable. If you're a parent, take a look at our checklist of top ti...