Cisco's AMP Takes on Malware
Apple Updates iOS for Epic Flaw
Target Breach Started as Phishing
Snapchat Hack: Smoothies Anyone?
Fake Flappy Bird Steals Money
A networking giant going toe-to-toe with malware threats? Yes, Cisco just announced it has added Sourcefire's Advanced Malware Protection technology to e-mail, cloud and Web security.
A recent vulnerability found in Apple's iOS has many experts surprised and worried. The tech giant spent the weekend working on fixes for the flaw researchers found in iOS and Mac OS X.
The data thieves who attacked Target stole the network credentials of a heating and refrigeration contractor via phishing e-mails sent to the company's employees, according to published reports.
Snapchatters have been hit by yet another hack, this one linking to, of all things, a "berry-delicious" smoothie recipe. So far, sources say it's a harmless hack, just another reminder to be ever vigilant.
Flappy Bird is making headlines after its creator took the game down because it was so addictive. Gamers started looking for the app elsewhere and some got more than they bargained for: malware.