Dell wins a bidding war for Quest and now builds out its software unit with an eye on everything from identity management to data center tools to database administration.
Outage at licensing server disables subscription-based security services for at least several hours.
The IRS and others offer suggestions for keeping your computers free from malware and your data safe during tax-filing season.
Win32.Induc targets systems running the Delphi development software and spreads by infecting any programs compiled on the machine.
Security firm SonicWall says a new swine flu-related e-mail in Spanish includes a link to a Trojan that is designed to steal log-in data if the user tries to access certain Mexican bank Web sites.
As the April 15 tax filing deadline approaches, security experts warn people to beware of phishing scams and fake tax-filing Web sites and tax preparation software.
Seller of appliances and services to protect corporate networks spends $31 million on MailFrontier, expanding its range of products.
Do you know a legitimate e-mail from a phishing e-mail? A security vendor says many people do not.
Latest phishing threat exploits confusion over consolidation in banking industry to try to get information out of e-mail recipients for online financial theft and identity fraud.
Once a skeptic, now a believer, Jon Oltsik says the single-system concept is closer to reality than ever before.