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A new Trojan horse being distributed through pirated software for OS X will try to scam the Bitcoin network and steal personal information.
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Cowboys stadium is home to the NFL title game, and it takes lots of gear to keep a Jerry Jones-size event like a Dallas Super Bowl running smoothly.
A careless, hurried click on the Adobe Flash Player update screen left unwanted McAfee security software on my PC and caused a scary-but-harmless antivirus-conflict warning.
NComputing has made a mark in education and emerging markets by enabling multiple people to share a single PC or server. It's now set its sights on U.S. businesses.
Turns out those terahertz scanners in the airports are mostly safe, but they do a little unzipping of your DNA. Derek says it's nothing to worry about. You won't grow a third arm in the airport. Even if it would be handy for carrying baggage.
roundup Software makers, social networks, and even hardware makers shake hands and link their products at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.
In anticipation of a few problems that have cropped up during beta testing of OS X 10.6, Apple has released a number of knowledgebase articles pertaining to the new OS. These articles cover new features, startup problems after installing, and printing
The beta version of Returnil Virtual System 2010 combines a malware scan with its ability to protect your PC from any unintended file or system changes.
Does it make sense to offload critical security tasks to a remote machine? We expore cloud security products and their benefits