Apple has been notified about the flaw, but has not corrected it.
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Spam rose 0.3 percent to reach 90 percent in May.
Two related scams are trying to capitalize on this summer's World Cup tournament in South Africa.
Symantec Protection Suite Advanced Business Edition will protect endpoints, provide messaging security, and use content filtering at the mail gateway to prevent data loss.
Facebook flaw allows hackers to delete Facebook friends without permission.
Metasploit 3.4 boosts exploit count and adds new Java, brute force and exploit automation technologies.
The company was ordered to turn over $1.08 million in illegal profits to the FTC.
Todd Davis claims some of the successful attempts were "not true identity thefts."
McAfee warns that companies still need to be wary of USB-based infections.
Whitfield Diffie will serve as vice president of information security and cryptography.
Facebook won't reveal the actual name of Kirllos.
A single Eastern European gang is responsible for nearly two-thirds of all phishing attempts.
Hosted Endpoint Protection offers protection for endpoint PCs and file servers through a Web-based management console.
Beware of a Trojan horse program disguised as a Windows 7 compatibility checker, says BitDefender.
The message carries a .PDF file attachment, which claims to contain details about a "lottery prize."
The hope is that Verizon and the Secret Service will be able to uncover both similarities and differences in the way the two organizations discover and fight identity theft.
The glitch allowed users to to see friends' chat boxes and friend requests.
The virus is seen by many as a milestone in the evolution of malware.
Microsoft knew of the vulnerability in March, but did not release an update.
The 10.53 update fixes a vulnerability that Opera classifies as "extremely severe."