Google is releasing a tool that ensures all data passing out of its Chrome browser is encrypted in transit, resolving the problem of relying on others' crypto.
Computer ransomware is getting more sophisitcated, while mobile cryptolockers are emerging both in Europe and the U.S.
There was a lot of interesting news about hackers and other cybercriminals, so let’s see who has been busted in May.
Feds take down the Gameover botnet, there's more trouble for OpenSSL, Google publishes data on global Gmail encryption, and Edward Snowden's first NSA revelation came out one year...
Senior Security Researcher David Emm explains exactly what GameOver Zeus means for you, and how you can keep yourself protected.
Data breaches seemed to dominate the security news in May, but mobile ransomware emerged as well and there was good and bad privacy news from the tech giants.
Read highlights from our top posts in May.
A new piece of ransomware targeting Apple users emerges along with a hybrid malware combining Zeus and Carberp. There's also an issue with the Spotify Android app.
New ransomware targets Apple users running iOS mobile and O SX Mac devices with a piece of malware that blocks use and demands payments.
eBay user passwords compromised in data breach; another Internet Explorer zero-day for Microsoft; Samsung eyes iris authentication; and patches from Chrome.