Microsoft Talks Vista Security In Online Chat
by Alexander Wolfe
Microsoft gives some incremental insight into the security features it's planning for its upcoming Windows Vista operating system, via a public, online chat on MSDN.
The Inside Story of A Million-Dollar VoIP Scam
by Preston Gralla
A Miami man allegedly defrauded Internet voice providers to the tune of $1 million, with a sophisticated hacking scheme. Here's the inside story of exactly how he did it.
Heart Defibrillators Vulnerable To Hacking
by Stefanie Hoffman
While there is no history of patients being endangered, experts say that the vulnerable devices could put sensitive medical information at risk.
Ingram Reassures VARs Its Systems Are Secure
by Steven Burke
Ingram Micro Thursday reassured solution providers that its systems are secure after a grand jury indictment alleging the distributor's online ordering system was violated to the tune of $6.5 million in computer equipment.
Microsoft: Security Efforts Bearing Fruit
by Gregg Keizer
Mike Nash, Microsoft's chief security executive, on Tuesday said the company was keeping pace with faster-on-their-feet attackers as threats continue to shift toward hacking for profit rather than notoriety.
Former VP Of Technology Charged With Hacking Corporate Network
by Sharon Gaudin
According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, an IT pro allegedly hacked into his former employer's network, read confidential e-mail about upcoming layoffs, and then alerted employees that they might be getting let go.
December Hacking Incident Targeted Google's Password System: Report
by Rick Whiting
Attack ignited Google's ongoing dispute with China and its censorship demands
LulzSec Hacks U.S Senate Web Site, Video Game Maker
by Stefanie Hoffman
Hacker group LulzSec acquired two more victims when they broke into the Web sites of the U.S. Senate and video game maker Bethesda Softworks.
Partners Say Alleged CIA Hacking Papers Prompt 'Constant Vigilance' In Mobile Security
by Kyle Alspach
WikiLeaks posted documents that purport to show CIA attempts at obtaining data from smartphones in recent years. Partners say this is a reminder that mobile security is relative and constantly changing.