The malware has a low data transmission rate, but could be used to send passwords and login information
The Metropolitan Police warned of 'cyber criminals and online fraudsters' during the Christmas period
Tycoon leaves US for Canada after building manager says guns and gangs made him fear for his life
The three separate strains of Microsoft's latest operating system have confused and angered some consumers
Eugene Kasperksy warns goverments engaged in cyber warfare that "everything you do - it's a boomerang: it will get back to you."
A number of scenarios will test banks' responsiveness to cyber attacks
An immunisation campaign is urgently needed
Members of Google's security team blast the NSA in personal blog posts, saying "F*** these guys"
Police investigating under Operation Zombie believe the 19-year-old son of an IT engineer led an elaborate cyber-fraud
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People using mobile-banking services to transfer cash are risking making mistakes, the City watchdog has warned.
A memo from the US to security personnel warns that Android's "market share and open source architecture" make it specially vulnerable.
London sees 20 per cent rise in infections as charities call for better sexual health services
Hackers send out emails with misleading titles in order to direct computer users to their sites
Minimum of five years in jail for those that threaten national infrastructure
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