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Mobile contactless payments coming this summer
Barclaycard and Everything Everywhere to bring contactless payments to British phones.
Jan 31 2011 12:05PM
Distributed breaches increase in 2010: CompTIA
'Micro-breaches' continue to hit.
Nov 11 2010 12:43PM
Software flaws, delayed patching reign so far this year
2010 is on pace to become a record-setting year for software vulnerabilities.
Jul 14 2010 12:31PM
Gartner predicts no rise in IT spending this year
IT budgets are expected to remain largely flat in 2009 with an average increase of just 0.16 per cent globally, according to analyst Gartner.
Jan 15 2009 6:44AM
Smaller, quieter, cooler PS3 coming this autumn
Gaming gargatuan, Sony has confirmed that the next batch of its Darth Vader's toaster for joypad jigglers will be slimmed down in a number of ways.
Jun 28 2008 12:01PM
310 million PCs to ship this year
Worldwide PC shipments are projected to grow by 15.2 percent in 2008 to reach 310 million units fuelled by demand from emerging regions, new research predicts..
Jun 13 2008 8:00AM
Mac users to get BBC iPlayer 'this year'
The BBC has confirmed that a version of its popular iPlayer service will be available for Apple users by the end of the year..
Feb 11 2008 7:17AM
F-Secure: 100-percent increase in malware this year
Researchers at anti-virus vendor F-Secure have noted a 100-percent increase over last year in the amount of malware detected during 2007.
Dec 6 2007 11:47AM
Is this the end of the Russian Business Network?
A shadowy Russia-based internet service provider, which security researchers said is responsible for hosting two out of every three malicious web attacks, has been forced to close its doors.
Nov 9 2007 10:02AM
Anti-phishing, financial groups to hold e-crime summit this month
The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) announced today that it will join representatives from the financial services and law enforcement communities to host the Counter eCrime Operations Summit later this month.
May 4 2007 10:12AM
Experts: Web-based threats to rocket this year
Web based attacks are set to soar this year as hackers stop using emails to infect company networks, experts at Sophos have warned.
Jan 9 2007 4:09PM
Complex code attacks to soar this year
Growing numbers of cyber criminals are using complex code to bypass traditional signature-based filters to spread malware, according to the latest Security Trends Report from Finjan.
Jan 8 2007 12:20PM
Six fixes this Patch Tuesday, but no mention of Word flaw
Microsoft is planning to push out six patches on Tuesday, presumably including one for a critically flawed ActiveX control in Visual Studio 2005.
Dec 8 2006 9:18AM
Metasploit creator to reveal a flaw every day this month
A bug a day certainly won't keep the hackers away – not after a security researcher has pledged to publish information about a new web browser vulnerability each day during July.
Jul 6 2006 10:15PM
Third Microsoft Excel flaw found this month
A researcher has found yet another flaw in Microsoft Excel - the third since this month’s Patch Tuesday security bulletin release.
Jun 23 2006 10:00PM
McAfee to unleash 'Falcon' this summer
McAfee announced this week it will release a new subscription service, available to customers within months.
May 31 2006 9:49PM
After 38 hours, no bite taken out of this Apple
An Apple system engineer’s challenge to hack into a web page hosted by a Mini Mac is closed – and nobody was able to succeed.
Mar 8 2006 10:19PM
So what's in store for you this year?
Spam, trojans, keyloggers and every variety of virus are on the increase, making life harder for information security professionals. René Millman assesses the scale of this onslaught
Feb 10 2006 4:25PM
Sober to strike again this week
The first worm epidemic of the new year - the latest variant of the Sober worm - is poised to strike at the end of this workweek, security experts have warned.
Jan 3 2006 10:10PM
WMF flaw to be patched this month
This month's “patch Tuesday” bulletin from Microsoft will feature a security update for the recently exploited Windows Meta File vulnerability.
Jan 3 2006 9:36PM
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