The widespread use of mobile communication, including cell phones, laptops and tablets, makes consumers particularly vulnerable to fraud and malware risks over public internet connections.
A judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas has denied FBI's petition to install spying software on and using the built-in camera of an unidentified suspect's computer in order to discover his or her identity and gather evidence of the crime from the computer's hard drive, memory and storage.
A new phishing survey by the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) reveals that phishers are breaking into hosting providers with unprecedented success, using these facilities to launch mass phishing attacks.
DigiD, the identity management platform that allows Dutch citizens to digitally sign bills, pay taxes, and more, has been unavailable since Tuesday evening due to a DDoS attack, Biz Community reports.
Researchers have discovered another active spamming campaign targeting Twitter users.
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