9 Norton Security Products Are Now 1
Beware Facebook Color Scam
Kaspersky Looks Inside 'Epic' Attack
BadUSB Turns Thumb Drives Evil
Retailers Hacked by New Malware
Symantec plans to reduce its Norton security line from nine products to one, and to simplify and streamline the ways in which users interact with its software taking more of a service approach.
It’s not exactly a new scam, but it worked well enough for cybercriminals to dust if off and roll it back out. It’s a malicious color change app that's compromising thousands of Facebook profiles.
Where do cyberattacks come from, and what is their methodology? New research from Kaspersky Lab sheds light on those questions, using the Epic Turla cyber-espionage operation as an example.
If you depend on a USB device to transfer files from one machine to another, you may want to start thinking about cloud storage. There's a flaw in USB design specs that could put your machines at risk.
'Malicious actors' are using a new variety of malware to access consumer payment data remotely through point-of-sale systems, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security.