While Blackphone sales are off to a lukewarm start, our hands-on with the privacy-obsessed smartphone finds that it simplifies staying secure on the go.
A new survey looks at what makes hackers tick -- and for most, it's not money or glory.
We talk with our reporters covering the twin security conferences in Las Vegas this week about the massive Shady RAT hack, and research reports on hacking everything from nuclear plants to laptop batteries to insulin pumps.
A security bypass demonstrated at the BlackHat conference in July appears to have been utilized in at least one burglary, Forbes reports.
We talk with our reporters covering the twin security conferences DefCon and BlackHat in Las Vegas this week about the massive Shady RAT hack and research reports on hacking everything from nuclear plants to laptop batteries to insulin pumps.
Redmond still says no to bug bounties, but offers a $200,000 first prize and $50,000 second prize instead for research in security defense.
AntiSec hackers release data on the Booz Allen Hamilton consulting firm that mirrors an attack on HBGary Federal earlier this year.
Spate of Sony hacks amid more serious attacks shows revival of digital pranks in wake of Anonymous online protests in support of WikiLeaks.
Researchers say they can send specially crafted SMS-type messages to non-smartphones, kicking the user off the network or even crashing the phone.
Spamhaus and Trend Micro regard a Web site that lists mirrors of WikiLeaks sites as dangerous to visit, but WikiLeaks.info contends that its site has no malware.