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
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!
Major social networks have been known to either unbundle their functionality into multiple apps, or buy other apps and not integrate their functionality into the main one.
Tech giants Intel and IBM are seeking to hire Bitcoin experts, but their interest appears to be focussed on the service’s public ledger rather than the cryptocurrency itself
Mark Zuckerberg has officially allowed dozens of popular apps to operate within the realm of his Facebook Messenger
Fraudsters hacked Skype and tricked people from a contact list to send them about $5,000 over the course of a few days. Skype support, local banks and the police refused to do any...
Windows 10 will offer users the ability to authenticate themselves with biometric identifiers rather than passwords