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A researcher creates a botnet for your pocket—a likely sign of things to come.
Security researchers are also working to unravel the nature of the espionage.
As more people carry the devices, technology firms are creating better security checks for bank transactions.
Russian cybercriminal forums offer batches of 1,000 Twitter accounts for less than $200.
As smart phones become smarter, malicious code will find a friendlier home.
Analyzing the connections between sites could help spot Web attacks.
Fighting crime is the first step to avoiding cyberwar, he tells a Russian panel.
A shadowy industry lets spammers and other cybercriminals pay their way into your computer.
Keith Alexander explains how the U.S. will fight espionage and crime.
Computer criminals may have a new target: the office printer.