Does decline in spam signal rise of other malware?
In this age of cyberwarfare and hacktivism, does spam stand a chance to be the preferred mode of attack by cybercriminals?
Cyberspies targeting government, scientific research: report
Possibly originating from Germany and Russia, the spies have been active since 2007
Oracle updates Java, security experts say bugs remain
Attackers could trick targets into visiting malicious websites that would infect their PCs with software capable of exploiting the bug in Java.
Virus found in Mideast can spy on bank transactions
Dubbed Gauss, the virus may also be capable of attacking critical infrastructure and was very likely built in the same laboratories as Stuxnet
Latest security info at Kaspersky's Securelist.com
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
Kaspersky Lab, has launched an English version of its informative IT security website--Securelist.com. This website contains all the latest information about what Internet threats are out there and how to avoid them. The site includes sections...
Choosing a secure password
Technology : Hardware & Software
We now use the Internet for a wide range of activities, including online banking, online shopping and online research. Increasingly, we are also using the Internet to socialize. In the last few years there has been a massive growth in the...
ZyXEL Offers ZyWALL With Antivirus Technology
Technology : Infrastructure
Broadband access solutions provider ZyXEL Communications has announced that it has successfully integrated Kaspersky antivirus technology into its 8-in-1 ZyWALL Unified Threat Management (UTM) product series and is making available the new UTM...