It is widely known that the infamous Stuxnet malware was transported into a protected Iranian network using a USB flash drive. And now, it appears that whistle-blower Edward Snowden also used the humble USB flash drive to single-handedly exfiltrate top-secret information past the various security measures of the secretive National Security Agency.
Whistle-blower Edward Snowden used a portable USB flash drive to get information from the National Security Agency when he worked there.
Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday announced its new "Seattle" processor, which is a new server-based chip based on the ARM architecture.
Enterprises are on track to buy 138 exabytes of storage capacity in 2017, according to IDC, which predicted a growth of more than 30 percent every year from 2013 to 2017.
Super high-definition displays are changing everything, says Mike Elgan of Computerworld. He cited the arrival of such screens in all new iPhones and high-end Android smartphones, as well as laptops such as the Google Chromebook Pixel and Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Oracle is scheduled to release fixes for 40 security vulnerabilities in a Critical Patch Update for Java SE today.
The Pepwave Surf SOHO Router is a professional-grade router designed specifically for home offices, small businesses and power users.
And when you think about it, do you honestly believe that the United States is the only government engaging in such activities?
The favored tactic apparently is used to attack Internet gateways as opposed to using APTs, or advanced persistent threats, which entails gaining access through compromised systems.
Microsoft earlier this week announced a new multifactor authentication for employees, partners and customers of its Windows Azure Active Directory managed apps.
Long after rumors first surfaced about the possibility of Office 2013 making its appearance on iOS devices, Microsoft this week finally released a version of Office for iOS.
Airfoil for Windows is a utility for streaming any audio source from a Windows PC to AirPlay-compatible devices such as the AirPort Express, Apple TV and AirPlay speakers.
Do-it-yourself website iFixit has moved quickly to disassemble the latest MacBook Air laptops unveiled at WWDC on Monday, confirming the lack of major changes under the hood of the highly popular, ultra-portable family from Apple.
Researchers from security vendor Symantec have discovered a new malware that makes use of the Encrypting File System feature in Windows for the expressed purpose of stymieing forensic analysis
Early feedback from some equipment manufacturers seems to point towards at least one downside of the new design: A higher temperature when overclocked compared to earlier Ivy Bridge processors.
The impending demise of Windows XP may help boost PC sales--say executives from HP--something that the lackluster Windows 8 failed to do.
Contrary to popular belief, the desktop is less secure than mobile devices, says CEO Bill Conner of security vendor Entrust. According to Conner, this is because it is more difficult for malware to infiltrate all mobile applications due to the inherent lack of shared memory on mobile phones compared to that of traditional PCs.
Apple yesterday refreshed its popular MacBook Air family with the new Intel Haswell processor, bolstering battery life to an enviable 9 hours for the 11-inch MBA, and 12 hours for the 13-inch MBA.
At its Worldwide Developer's Conference yesterday, Apple announced and disclosed details of its upcoming Mac Pro desktop computer, a long-awaited refresh of its Pro workstation series.
The CamCard business card reader is designed to make the mundane task of keying in business cards easier by capturing them using your smartphone or tablet's built-in camera