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A home science experiment that probed billions of Internet devices reveals that thousands of industrial and business systems offer remote access to anyone.
The U.S. government is developing new computer weapons and driving a black market in “zero-day” bugs. The result could be a more dangerous Web for everyone.
Conventional security software is powerless against sophisticated attacks like Flame, but alternative approaches are only just getting started.
Researchers report signs that moneymaking malware common on PCs is being adapted to mobile phones and tablets.
New details of the NSA’s capabilities suggest encryption can still be trusted. But more effort is needed to fix problems with how it is used.
A system used by ships worldwide to broadcast their location for safety purposes lacks security controls and is vulnerable to spectacular spoofing attacks, researchers show.
Dummy water-plant control systems rapidly attracted attention from hackers who tinkered with their settings—suggesting it happens to real industrial systems, too.
A custom version of Android exerts total control over what you can do, depending on where you are and what apps or networks you are using.
Securing critical infrastructure needs to go far beyond the measures in President Obama’s recent executive order.
CrowdStrike says it can help U.S. companies identify the companies that benefit from stolen data.