Hackers now have sample attack code for the newest QuickTime vulnerability that can hijack Macs, including machines running the latest flavor of Mac OS X, Leopard, security researchers warned today.
Mozilla will probably release a Firefox update Friday to patch a bug in the just-released 220.127.116.11 version, according to the company's bug database.
The world's first large-scale 802.11n wireless LAN is now operational. And students using the network at the small, rural New York state college where the wireless technology is deployed say they see a dramatic difference in what they can do with it,...
Client-side vulnerabilities are among the biggest threats facing users, the SANS Institute said yesterday as it announced its 2007 list of the most critical Internet security vulnerabilities.
The Google Maps product for mobile phones is now using cell tower ID information to tell users where they are and what destinations are nearby.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is warming to the idea of building a chip manufacturing plant in India, which would be a significant breakthrough for the country's high-tech ambitions.
As ISPs constrict file-sharing services such as BitTorrent, new data shows that users are moving to file-hosting Web sites to avoid slow downloads.
A New Zealand man was woken in the middle of the night when his mobile phone battery exploded and burst into flames, the second exploding battery incident reported this week.
Police have raided the home of the alleged ringleader of an international group of cybercriminals said to be responsible for infecting more than one million computers.
Google has purged its index of the thousands of malware sites that wormed their way into results lists for hundreds of legitimate search phrases, researchers confirmed Wednesday.
Apple on Wednesday set the expiration date for Boot Camp, the free application that runs Windows XP or Vista on an Intel-based Macintosh, as December 31. Users were notified by e-mail.
There were no overwhelming surprises in the SANS Institute's much-quoted annual list of Top 20 Internet security risks -- unless you count the fact that there were just 18 threats on the list this time around.
Microsoft released the first service pack for Exchange Server 2007 on Thursday, fixing software bugs and adding some new features to make the product more stable and useful for business customers. However, Microsoft's Exchange partners said there are...
Instead of labeling the next version of its Silverlight cross-platform browser plug-in 1.1, Microsoft will call it 2.0, and will release a beta version early next year, according to a corporate blog post Thursday.
A former employee of a small California canal system has been charged with installing unauthorized software and damaging the computer used to divert water from the Sacramento River.
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