Sharp rise in proprietary information theft: cybercrime survey

Sharp rise in proprietary information theft: cybercrime survey

A recent survey of the "cybercrime" situation offers some good news and bad news. However, overall trends remain relatively unchanged...

August 22nd, 2005 Rosie Lombardi

A boost for wireless security

A boost for wireless security

Wireless security tools perform security analysis in sensors scattered throughout a wireless LAN or in a central server, but both...

August 21st, 2005 Christopher Waters

Adobe issues alert over Acrobat bug

Adobe issues alert over Acrobat bug

Acrobat and Acrobat Reader, two of the most widely used desktop applications, contain serious security flaws that could be used...

August 17th, 2005 Matthew Broersma

Windows worm wiggles through Canadian firms

Windows worm wiggles through Canadian firms

The Windows 2000 worm that caused work disruption for companies worldwide early this week may not have caused significant damage,...

August 17th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman and Vanessa Ho

Exploits on the loose for latest Microsoft bugs

Exploits on the loose for latest Microsoft bugs

Just days after the release of Microsoft Corp.'s latest security patches, security researchers have begun publishing software that could be...

August 15th, 2005 Robert McMillan

Mobile viruses could score big at soccer World Cup

Mobile viruses could score big at soccer World Cup

Next year's FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in Germany could be fertile ground for mobile phone viruses if the World...

August 15th, 2005 John Blau

Internet domain system open to fraudulent attack

Internet domain system open to fraudulent attack

A large number of DNS servers, a critical part of the Internet's infrastructure, are vulnerable to attacks that could lead...

August 4th, 2005 Matthew Broersma

Phishers hack eBay

Phishers hack eBay

A flaw has been discovered on eBay’s website that would have allowed fraudsters to successfully redirect the sign-on process to...

August 2nd, 2005 John E. Dunn

BLACK HAT: Cisco vulnerability posted to Internet

BLACK HAT: Cisco vulnerability posted to Internet

One day after a security researcher and organizers of the Black Hat USA conference agreed not to post details of...

August 1st, 2005 Robert McMillan