Recently Interpol, Microsoft and Kaspersky Lab revealed and the shut down of a huge botnet which zombified about 770,000 PCs worldwide. Check this story out and then check your PC
Threatpost security reporters Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the Github DDoS, Dyre banking malware, privacy threats, hacking and more
An annoying story of 'free' WiFi hotspots by St. Petersburg-based Smart WiFi. Nothing is for free, though, as you end up paying with your vk.com credentials
The word “IoT” (Internet of Things) has been a buzz word for several years now. It has become the era when more home electronics and cars are connected to the Internet...
Children who use mobile devices can be more vulnerable to cyber threats because they are free to surf the Internet at any time or place, without adult supervision.
A New York artist made an exhibition out of making a single private and anonymous cell phone call outside the scope of government spying. Here's how he did it:
Can we do anything to mitigate the human factor risks in aviation? The answer is: Yes, we can
There are many cool and funny projects in the world that deal with big data and we’ve gathered the Top 10 list of the most interesting ones. See for yourself!
There are several ways to avoid phishing attacks on your Facebook account. The common theme in each is to be highly suspicious of any online request for your personal information
Hardware is usually considered relatively safe and clean — as opposed to software which is usually the layer suffering from bugs and malware. But this is no longer true