Three years ago, Congress was considering banning Huawei hardware due to concerns over spying. Today, Google has chosen to make a Huawei-built phone into its flagship Nexus 6P.
Apple today removed a number apps from the App Store accused of installing root certificates that compromised SSL/TLS connections.
Microsoft's big Windows 10 launch heads the week's most interesting tech news.
Brussels and Washington want "quick solutions" to the legal void left by the collapse of a transatlantic data deal on which major companies like Facebook depend, a senior EU official said Friday.
Virus Bulletin's Martijn Grooten joins Ryan Naraine on the podcast to talk about the changing face of the anti-virus industry, the emergence of APTs as a priority for anti-malware researchers and the highlights of the 25th annual VB Conference.
The director of Europe’s top aviation agency warned on Thursday that hackers could infiltrate critical systems in an airplane on the ground.
A team of researchers has developed a tool designed to find the origin IP addresses of websites protected by cloud security providers, and the results of their experiments show that the IPs of more than 70 percent of sites are exposed.
A federal jury in Northern California on Wednesday found a journalist guilty of computer crimes for helping hackers deface the Los Angeles Times website.
Matthew Keys was found guilty on computer fraud charges that carry a combined maximum punishment of 25 years in prison and $750,000 in fines, according to US media reports.
New research into attacks against the SHA-1 cryptographic algorithm lessen the cost and time to arrive at a practical collision.
Notable security news items for the week ending October 9, 2015.