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Why this ransomware attack is more alarming than the last

by Ben Johnson and Kristin Schwab Jun 28, 2017
Chester Wisniewski, senior security researcher with Sophos, talks to us about the latest cyber breach.
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Why SWIFT is a tempting target for hackers

by Tracey Samuelson Apr 27, 2016
A little-known piece of the global banking system strengthens its security.

Is the NSA monitoring foreign hard drives?

by Stan Alcorn Feb 17, 2015
Security experts say the scope of the hack suggests a state actor.
By The Numbers

The numbers for November 6, 2014

by Tony Wagner Nov 6, 2014
A plan is coming together to resuscitate the eurozone. Let's do the numbers.

The bad code that hacked its way into the Nasdaq

by David Brancaccio Jul 17, 2014
In 2011, the FBI discovered dangerous software that was likely Russian in origin.

A tale of two hacking conferences: Black Hat vs. Defcon

by Molly Wood Jul 29, 2013
The biggest difference between the two? This year Defcon organizers disinvited the Feds in the wake of NSA surveillance revelations. While Black Hat's keynote speaker will be none other than NSA Director General Keith Alexander.

Beware of malware...on your smartphone

by Molly Wood Apr 17, 2013
A new study from a firm called NQ Mobile says instances of evil software showing up in mobile phones were up 163 percent last year.

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Facebook's new search; The hunt for 'Red October'

by Molly Wood Jan 16, 2013
Facebook's new Graph Search feature has rivals like Google and Yelp paying attention to the social media giant. And, a look at a piece of mysterious malware called "Red October" that has been secretly attacking government computer systems for five…

Twitter blocks its first account and hospitals get more malware

by Molly Wood Oct 19, 2012
Twitter blocks its first account officially, Google has a bad quarter and a new Chromebook, the emergency room has a virus.

Ransomware: Holding Your Computer Hostage Under Pain of Death

by Molly Wood Oct 11, 2012
A new hacker scheme locks your hard drive and your files and prompts you to pay up...or else.