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Facebook's revamped Messages will be a very attractive target for spammers, scammers and malware makers, according to security experts.
China hijacked fifteen percent of Internet traffic across the globe. Nobody noticed, except for some cybersecurity experts. They may have also had access to data from U.S. military, civilian organizations and those of other U.S. allies.
More than 100 people have been arrested or charged in the U.S. and the U.K. as part of an alleged global cyber-crime ring, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Twitter and Facebook users beware: Spam is on the rise. Hackers and spammers are looking for security holes in the social networking sites, USA Today reports.
Roger Thompson of AVG explains how he and others at the company were able to figure out that certain sites of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing were under attack.
IDG says hackers can eavesdrop on GSM phone conversations