Under the guise of protecting users' computers from cyberattacks, AntiHacker instead infects computers with spyware. And its main target: Syrian activists.
A proxy tool used by people in Iran and Syria to bypass local censorship controls seems to be the victim of a new strain of spyware.
Hedge fund Third Point, which owns almost 6 percent of Yahoo, complains the company has ignored its concerns and asks shareholders to vote for its outsider board candidates.
Google and McAfee say they have found evidence of a botnet targeting opponents of a Vietnamese mining project that was created through the use of malware.
TechCrunch rolls out a few more names for folks to chew on should the software giant enter into a proxy fight with Yahoo.
Yahoo China and MSN China both briefly posted a "most wanted" list with photos of people Chinese authorities are trying to track down surrounding the recent events in Tibet, a French TV website reports.
Men sue Yahoo alleging that cooperation with China government led to imprisonment for one, financial losses for others.
Google's latest product launches have little to do with Android or Chrome. Instead, the company wants to expose and prevent DDoS attacks, and help dissidents build secure Internet proxy networks.
Domains for which fraudulent security certificates were issued includes CIA, MI6, Facebook, Microsoft, Skype, and Twitter. Spying on Iranian dissidents may have been the hackers' goal.