Google is still Google, but Alphabet is running the show now. The Galaxy Note 5 gets leaked out before the Samsung's Unpacked event and you can now stop Stagefright.
Security company FireEye says a Russia-sponsored group uses malware that mimics normal computer use while stealing sensitive files.
There's more evidence that 2014 was a really bad year in the fight against malicious software. Panda Security says the number of new malware strains it detected doubled compared with 2013.
The preloaded Superfish adware does more than hijack website ads in a browser. It also exposes Lenovo owners to a simple but dangerous hack that could spell disaster.
The software giant's cybercrime fighting unit has opened its third Asian satellite center in Singapore, to keep an eye on malware that will target Southeast Asia's emerging status as a financial hub.
With the help of malware, hackers hit more than 100 financial institutions in 30 countries, says a report released to The New York Times by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.
Cybercriminals are making their attacks personal, remotely locking your computers and smartphones until you pay a hefty ransom.
The dictatorship experiences an unusual Internet shutdown after President Obama vows to take action for the Sony Pictures hack.
Regin's behavior suggests that the newly uncovered and "highly complex" spying threat came from a nation-state, Symantec reports.
A vulnerability could allow hackers to trick users into downloading fake apps, which could siphon off their personal information, researchers warn.
The Russian government uses malware to extract sensitive information from companies and governments, not for financial gain but for intelligence gathering, according a new report by FireEye.
Android privacy and security app Disconnect Mobile finds itself on the outside of Google Play looking in -- for the second time in three weeks.
Hoarding photos on your phone?
Those picture are hogging memory and could be slowing down your phone.