Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal, and others are working together on a standard that can be used across the Internet for blocking phishing e-mails.
Big e-mail providers to share data with startup that analyzes it for Facebook, banks, and other firms whose brands are used for phishing.
The greeting card company is now using an anti-phishing standard known as DMARC to help block fake e-mails.
Scammers are exploiting Bieber mania to trick people into unwittingly "liking" a scam message and spreading it on Facebook.
Led by a former federal high-tech crimes prosecutor, the Facebook security team outsmarts foreign technical attacks, thwarts account hijackers and gets spammers to pay.
Majority of people polled for new Symantec study feel more safe and secure going online with their home computers than with their mobile phones.
Mozilla says Google doesn't support older SafeBrowsing protocol so antiphishing feature will be disabled in Firefox 18.104.22.168.
Apple quietly adds the security feature to its latest version of Safari. It's the last of the major browser vendors to offer antiphishing protection.
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Google operating system will feature many of the same security features as the Chrome browser, including "sandboxing" of applications, auto updating, and antiphishing.