VeriSign discloses in quarterly SEC filing that hackers stole data in successful attacks, but doesn't say what data was stolen.
Security giant Symantec is close to finalizing a deal to purchase VeriSign's authentication unit for $1.3 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
VeriSign to check customer sites for malware and add security seals to some search results.
The Internet's capacity will need to increase by a factor of a thousand to handle the flow of data over the next decade, the company's CTO says.
Company's founder takes the place of the CEO and president, who resigned abruptly earlier this week.
New protocol will guarantee the origin and integrity of Domain Name System data for .com and .net, company says.
Some analysts say VeriSign's Secure Sockets Layer business is a nice fit for Symantec, but others question how smart it is for the security company to get into the commoditized SSL certificate market.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber, VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos outlines his strategy to have at least half of all voice and data network interactions passing through his company's services by 2010.
The domain registrar sells its 49 percent share of the mobile-entertainment joint venture to its partner, News Corp., for $200 million. Ringtones sound good to Murdoch's media empire.
The security company wants two-factor token authentication to be as easy and as secure as using an ATM network.