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Virus makes leap from PC to PDA March 1, 2006 "Crossover" is the first virus found that can jump to a mobile device after infecting a PC, security researchers say.
Cracking open the cybercrime economy December 14, 2007 Hacking for fun has evolved into hacking for profit, and created a business model nearly as sophisticated as that of legal software.
Flaw found in Office 2007 February 23, 2007 Despite Microsoft's efforts to lock down the update, eEye finds a hole that could let an outsider run malicious software on a PC.
Black Hat with a Vista twist August 1, 2006 The annual hacker event usually focuses on breaking into systems. This year, a series of Microsoft-themed sessions takes a different tack.
Bugs bite into popular browsers April 25, 2006 Unpatched flaws are discovered in Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari that could cause problems for Web surfers.
Oracle's oops on security flaw April 11, 2006 Usually secretive about product security, company accidentally posts details about exploit code for an unfixed database flaw.
A picture worth a thousand lies July 31, 2007 Neal Krawetz, a security researcher at Hacker Factor, knows a fake photo when he sees one. He also knows how it's done.
Images: Pictures that lie
Is an antivirus gap looming? July 9, 2007 Security researcher Jose Nazario says the concept of antivirus as the last line of defense has been thrown out the window. What should replace it?
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