27 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Cyber security sleuths have alerted Indian Internet users about the destructive phishing attacks by a virus which could compromise personal email and banking-related data.
28 Jul 2015
Washington: Scientists have used a popular genome editing technique to precisely modify a key type of human immune cell that protects the body against a wide range of diseases, from diabetes to AIDS to cancer.
14 Apr 2014
Boston: BlackBerry Ltd said it plans to release security updates for messaging software for Android and iOS devices by Friday to address vulnerabilities in programs related to the "Heartbleed" security threat.
09 Apr 2014
New Delhi: A major flaw in the Internet security has put at risk many passwords, credit card as well as e-mail information. Heartbleed is a bug in OpenSSL.
12 Apr 2014
Boston: US government warned banks and other businesses on Friday to be on alert for hackers seeking to steal data exposed by the "Heartbleed" bug, as a German programmer took responsibility for the widespread security crisis.
12 Apr 2014
Washington: White House and US intelligence agencies said on Friday neither the National Security Agency nor any other part of the government were aware before this month of the "Heartbleed" bug, denying a report that the spy agency exploited the glitch in widely used Web encryption technology to gather intelligence.
03 Jul 2015
New York: A universal flu vaccine that can protect against many strains of the virus may be closer to reality, after scientists found that it is possible to create more effective vaccines against the ever-mutating virus.
20 Jun 2015
New York: The polio virus can continue to transmit silently for more than three years with no reported cases, says a study that suggests continued surveillance even after eradication of the disease.
12 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Kaspersky Labs on Thursday revealed that its internal networks had faced an advanced attack but also clarified that no data was compromised.
17 Jun 2015
Seoul: South Korea reported three more fatalities from the MERS outbreak but health authorities said they were cautiously optimistic the worst was over as the number of new cases was falling.