German hackers convicted of stealing Lady Gaga songs
Two young hackers were convicted in Germany Thursday of stealing new songs from stars such as Lady Gaga and Mariah Carey and offering them for sale on the Internet, a court said.
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Android users get malware with their apps
Sophos identifies a trojan for OS X
Sleeping Trojan horse to aid imaging of diseased cells
A unique strategy developed by researchers at Cardiff University is opening up new possibilities for improving medical imaging.
Android Trojan dubbed ‘Geinimi’ found in legitimate applications
German teen hacker apologises to Lady Gaga: report
A German teenager under criminal investigation for allegedly stealing pictures and unreleased songs from top pop stars has sent a letter of apology to Lady Gaga, a newspaper reported Wednesday.
NATO mobilises for cyber warfare
In 1989, before the Internet revolution, Suleyman Anil was the lone man in charge of the security of NATO's IT system, armed with a single computer.
Energizer Duo battery charger hides a Trojan
Computer science researcher hopes to stall malware threat by tracking human use behaviors
Danfeng Yao, an assistant professor in the computer science department at Virginia Tech's College of Engineering, will use a $530,000 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant to develop ...
Wiretapping Skype calls: virus eavesdrops on VoIP
(AP) -- Some computer viruses have a crude but scary ability to spy on people by logging every keystroke they type. Now hackers and potentially law enforcement have another weapon: a virus that can eavesdrop on voice conversations ...
'Phishing' drops; are scammers switching tactics?
(AP) -- Internet criminals might be rethinking a favorite scam for stealing people's personal information.
Trojan horse for ovarian cancer -- nanoparticles turn immune system soldiers against tumor cells
In a feat of trickery, Dartmouth Medical School immunologists have devised a Trojan horse to help overcome ovarian cancer, unleashing a surprise killer in the surroundings of a hard-to-treat tumor.
Small company working toward what could be a breakthrough: a drug that kills only cancer cells
Maybe Hugh McTavish wasn't so tough after all. Seven years ago, doctors told McTavish he needed chemotherapy to treat his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. McTavish, then a 40-year-old patent attorney, was young and fit, so he asked ...