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A report on the Chinese group that breached the computers of U.S. companies reveals that they took few precautions against detection.
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.
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.
Computer-security researcher Eugene Kaspersky says he is testing control software that won’t run malicious code.
Is the computer security community so obsessed with demonstrating scary new attacks that it has neglected to improve defenses?
Conventional security software is powerless against sophisticated attacks like Flame, but alternative approaches are only just getting started.
Recent infighting has done little to explain how Anonymous operates—or what drives it.
Tools that connect websites can also open up new security vulnerabilities, experts say.
Hardware bugs could be avoided by limiting chips to tested behaviors.