Sophos is touring several cities in North America to demonstrate Sophos Synchronized Security.
Earlier this week, there were three posts around the web showing that Dell notebooks were being shipped with a root certificate installed in the Trusted Root store.
VirusTotal, the Google-owned free website that will scan suspicious files against dozens of antivirus engines, has announced that they have expanded behavior analysis to include Mac apps.
Security company F-Secure is making their play for the IoT market with their new device, SENSE.
If Verizon Wireless is noticing a slow-down in new customers, it might not be competitors T-Mobile, AT&T, or Sprint that merit the blame. Instead, Verizon is directing their potential customers to call the wrong number from the Contact Us page of their mobile site.
Microsoft and the AARP have partnered up to provide information to would-be victims about tech support scams.
Even while Microsoft wrote on the topic of privacy concerns, it does not address those concerns directly and resorts to finger-pointing at unnamed other companies to distract from the question and the fact that privacy control options will be added in as an after-thought.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is blocking the image-hosting website Imgur as of this morning.
The free certificate authority sponsored by EFF, Mozilla, and others are continuing to make progress.
“Using a PIN is faster and more secure than a password – we think you’ll love it.” This seems contradictory to all that we have learned about passwords like the longer and the more complex, the better.