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A shadowy industry lets spammers and other cybercriminals pay their way into your computer.
Recent infighting has done little to explain how Anonymous operates—or what drives it.
Searches for images of the happy couple may lead to viruses, thanks to hackers who increasingly harness popular search terms.
The variety of devices running Google’s mobile OS on different networks makes security more complex.
The more unusual your username, the easier marketers and scammers can build a profile of you.
Researchers created their own, imprisoned, network of zombie computers to better learn how to take down those at large on the Internet.
Attackers could manipulate poorly protected data to make money or cause blackouts.
Industrial computer systems are typically far less secure than they should be, experts say.