The future of malware detection?

All of us who follow the security aspect of the IT industry daily have noticed the alarming trend of malware getting developed and changed at a pace that is almost impossible …

Micello starts where Google maps stop

Want to know which way to go when you find yourself looking for a specific room in a college campus or a particular shop in a mall? Yes, I know – you could just ask …

Wireless network sees through walls

According to Technology Review, it is now possible to see through walls using a wireless network. Neal Patwari and Joey Wilson, two researchers at the University of Utah …

New York mayor fights identity theft

New Yorkers should be very pleased with their Mayor – at least regarding the steps he’s taking to prevent fraud and identity theft. According to the Yeshiva World …

A closer look at Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft has released a free (for personal use) anti-malware service that protects against viruses, spyware and other malicious software. Security Essentials is designed to …

Adobe joins SAFECode

Adobe has joined SAFECode (Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code), a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing trust in information and communications …

US to ease up on Internet control

Since its founding in 1998, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has been accountable only to the US government. All the agreements signed from that day …

Should the U.S. government control the Internet?

Following the recent introduction in the Senate of bills that (if passed) would allow the U.S. president to shut down the Internet in case of a cyber emergency, a lot of …