News for March 2007 Year

30.03.2007

12:18Kasperksy: Keyloggers soar to become cybercriminals' tool of choice12:17Hackers build private IM to keep out the law12:17Metasploit hacking tool now Windows friendly12:16Data theft believed to be biggest hack ever

29.03.2007

14:10Webroot study finds 43% of firms hit with malware 14:09Web filters mistakenly blocking Yahoo

28.03.2007

14:08ID theft threats have surged 200% since Jan. 1

27.03.2007

11:58Saudi Arabia sets jail penalties for cybercrimes 11:58UK has 1% of world's population but 20% of its CCTV cameras11:57Web fraud hits one in 10 UK surfers11:56U.S.-based servers host majority of malicious code, study finds11:56Businesses warned over Web 2.0 security11:55Symantec aims for PC-type security on mobiles

26.03.2007

13:17Windows bug may allow network traffic hijacks13:17Bill Gates to finally get his degree13:16Feds to adopt common security settings on PCs

23.03.2007

12:41Oracle sues SAP for website espionage12:40Microsoft issues Vista security scorecard, gives itself an A-plus

22.03.2007

14:04IT directors put network security first 14:03Surprise, Microsoft listed as most secure OS 13:58Majority of UK web sites vulnerable to attack

21.03.2007

16:33Tool turns unsuspecting surfers into hacking help16:32Hacker attacks getting more personal

20.03.2007

12:40Microsoft: OneCare should not have been rolled out12:39Russia promises piracy crackdown

19.03.2007

14:50Experts warn war against computer viruses could be lost as onslaught spreads 14:49Most computer attacks originate in U.S.

16.03.2007

14:45'Best practices' for antispyware makers finalized14:44Chinese hackers wake up to malware riches14:44Google aims to bolster privacy of Web surfer data14:43Malware to fight crime? Antivirus companies say no14:42European IT show loses big exhibitors

15.03.2007

14:17MS quietly releases Win 2003 SP214:16RSA to offer Trojan take-down service14:15Three indicted for alleged online brokerage scam14:15Al-Qaeda plot to bring down UK internet14:14New IE 7 bug could help phishers

14.03.2007

13:38Trend Micro acquires HijackThis antispyware 13:37IT worth $2 trillion to the US economy13:36Your new ID-theft worry? Photocopiers

13.03.2007

13:00Popular P2P apps could expose sensitive files, report says12:59Free domain registrations help spread malware

12.03.2007

15:43New shield foiled Internet backbone attack15:42Chinese hackers seek U.S. access

09.03.2007

14:42Bug may expose encrypted e-mail14:41Experts warn of rootkit explosion 14:40Microsoft takes a 'Patch Tuesday' break

07.03.2007

15:52Study: Identity theft keeps climbing15:50Humans created 161 exabytes of data in 200615:49Security expert cracks RFID chip in U.K. passport

06.03.2007

15:42Rootkits evade hardware detection

05.03.2007

17:54Microsoft OneCare comes in last in antivirus test 17:49Smart malware injects spam into messages17:48Dictionary for software bugs to cut confusion?

02.03.2007

14:08EC threatens Microsoft with more fines14:07User-privilege flaw hits Vista

01.03.2007

15:35PC hardware can pose rootkit threat15:34German antiterror data law begins Thursday15:34Symantec: Vista fairly secure but still full of holes