Political sabotage and rampant ransomware ruled cybercrime in 2016
Symantec's annual report details significant shifts in the world of cyber espionage and crime.
On Apr 25, 2017 by Dell Cameron
Google says antivirus software is putting users at risk
You're going to need an anti-antivirus
On Jun 29, 2016 by AJ Dellinger
New vigilante malware protects your computer from the bad guys
This isn't your average malware.
On Oct 1, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Why was Symantec filtering SFW LGBTQ content on public Wi-Fi?
Symantec just announced it would no longer give users the option to filter LGBTQ websites on public Wi-Fi, but why did it do that in the first place?
On Sep 18, 2014 by EJ Dickson
These elite Chinese hackers aren’t government tools—they’re entrepreneurs
Despite what you've heard, not every top Chinese hacking group is a government tool.
On Sep 19, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Hackers stun banks with Trojan heists—and they’re still on the run
A rash of cybercrime reveals all sorts of security failures.
On Aug 28, 2013 by Miles Klee
The “Dark Seoul” hackers were after South Korean military secrets
"This goes deeper than anyone had understood to date, and it's not just attacks: It's military espionage," a senior threat researcher at McAfee told the Associated Press.
On Jul 9, 2013 by [email protected]