There has been a recent surge in security blogs warning users to be extra cautious of a new spin on an old threat.
GlobalSign, a Certificate Authority (CA) focused on solutions for enterprises, today launched a new solution that integrates with Windows Active Directory and allows enterprises to automate the enrollment, provisioning and management of GlobalSign digital certificates for Windows environments.
Thinking of going freelance but not sure if it’s for you? Here are a few things that I think are worth considering before you take the plunge.
Stories in this blog’s Breadcrumbs series have sought to comb through clues that point to the possible location and identities of malware authors and purveyors.
More than 9 million adults in Britain have had online accounts hacked and 8% of the population say they have lost money in the past year because of cybercrime, according to a survey by university researchers.
Reports of an active exploit targeting an unpatched vulnerability in Java 6 recently surfaced. Upgrading to the latest version of Java is the prescribed solution, though for some users, this is easier said than done.
Twitter Inc., operator of the microblogging service for posting short status updates, is looking into claims that its Internet domain information has been compromised.
Google’s domain serving the Palestinian territories, Google Palestine, was hijacked on Monday by hackers urging Google to rename Israel to Palestine in Google Maps (and the rest of us to listen to Rihanna).
Thankfully, the New Zealand government appears not to be pressing ahead with online voting — at least, for now.
The City of Johannesburg has brought a criminal case against the person who hacked into its billing system last week, it said on Monday.