Cyber-criminals are increasingly turning to a new money-making method of infecting your computer – holding it to ransom. Metro asks web security experts what users can do to stop their devices being taken hostage.
In November, unknown attackers crippled the internet infrastructure of 50Hertz, a power grid operator that runs transmission networks in Northern and Eastern Germany; however, no critical infrastructures are believed to have been affected...
On December 5, 2012, Public Interest Registry moderated an expert panel on "Mitigating DDoS Attacks: Best Practices for an Evolving Threat Landscape." The panel included representatives from Symantec, Afilias, Google, Neustar, VeriSign and the...
Beijing lacks leverage over North Korea and will block moves for strong new sanctions for fear of weakening its position further, Chinese state media said on Thursday following Pyongyang’s rocket launch....
For pirates in China, where illegal software sales greatly outmatch legal ones, a new version of Windows typically means a new treasure ship to plunder. Microsoft is hoping it can stop the theft this time around.
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