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Flashback makers missed out on their payday: Symantec

Flashback makers missed out on their payday: Symantec

According to the security firm, the makers of the Flashback malware made US$14,000 from click fraud last month, but can't collect on it.


As Windows goes touch, Norton goes social

As Windows goes touch, Norton goes social

Symantec has responded to the Windows 8 gauntlet with new features in Norton that are designed to plug holes that Microsoft left unattended.


Malware masquerading as games show up on Google Play

Malware masquerading as games show up on Google Play

Symantec has discovered that malware snuck its way into certain legitimate-looking apps, which were available for download from the Google Play store.


Anonymous claims PayPal hack, password leak

Anonymous claims PayPal hack, password leak

The anniversary of the arrest of Guy Fawkes, the hero of Anonymous, has resulted in a number of internet attacks. Though it is now confirmed PayPal was not one of them.


Microsoft identifies two Zeus botnet crime ring suspects

Microsoft identifies two Zeus botnet crime ring suspects

The pair, who are linked to a malware network that stole more than $100 million, are already in custody in the UK.


The Netscaping of Symantec and McAfee

Symantec and McAfee have looked into the future and don't want to become the next Netscapes.


Symantec updates Norton products

Symantec on Tuesday announced Norton AntiVirus 2007 and Norton Internet Security 2007, updated versions of the company's widely used security software for consumers.


Symantec to keep watch over Web transactions

Symantec is readying a new security product designed to protect consumers as they do business online.


Symantec wants to secure your memories

Symantec is looking to exploit technologies acquired from Veritas to provide an Internet-based service where consumers can automatically back up and remotely access important files, such as their d...


Symantec declares PCAnywhere safe with latest security patch

Symantec declares PCAnywhere safe with latest security patch

PCAnywhere customers' computers are apparently safe again, as long as they apply the latest security patch to the software.


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