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The how to be (h2b) Safer for iPhone app shows you how to change iPhone settings to ensure content is safer for you or a child using the device. It...
Crime agencies from across Europe partner with the FBI to investigate and shut down the spread of Dridex banking malware.
An Internet security experiment reveals just how careless people can be about their use of public Wi-Fi hotspots.
Police and security firms team up to take down the notorious Shylock, a dangerous financial Trojan that has infected at least 30,000 Windows computers worldwide.
Law enforcement agencies seize more than 1,000 computers, smartphones, and hard drives in a massive operation that goes after malware said to have "sophisticated" capabilities and "breathtaking" invasiveness.
Suspects are accused of infecting millions of computers with a virus to extort perhaps millions of dollars from computer users in 30 countries.
After an investigation that dates back as least as far as 2009, Web server based in Holland hosting child pornography forum links 670 suspects, officials say.
To be built by Europol, the system will pool reports of crimes such as ID or financial theft online, and spot and track illegal activity, from across the 27 EU member states.
As part of the targeted legislation, the Commission will consider laws for tackling ID theft later this year.
Federal agents and international allies arrest 28 suspects thought to have stolen credit card numbers and other financial information. Photo: Shadowcrew site in federal custody
Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström explains why telephony is bound to wind up as just another application on the Internet.