Avast Software was kind of 'one of those Central and Eastern Europe' (CEE) security firms along with the other usual suspects that most of us can name... and then, it kind of became something more than that and started to boast more users than its competitors -- so that then... consequently, it has...
Goodness isn't it all about the containers these days? Actually, scratch that, isn't it all about the container security debate these days? As recently...
Researchers from IBM's X-Force security division say they have discovered a number of high-severity vulnerabilities affecting more than 55% of Android...
Trillian Mobile and LodgON have partnered to create mobile applications for the iOS and Android operating systems.
Google is bringing Santa in early for Christmas. The search and cloud giant has brought forward its "internal" anti-malware tool known as Santa to free distribution on GitHub here.
The International Standards Organisation (ISO) wants us to adopt a new standard for software testing.
Samsung Electronics and Google have teamed up to confirm that part of the Samsung KNOX technology will be integrated into the next version of Android.
The open source world this week hears that SUSE has developed a new technology known as kGraft for live run-time patching of the Linux kernel. What is live run-time patching?
Have you had enough of 2014 technology predictions yet?
We thought you probably hadn't, so we spoke to Rik Ferguson in his position as vice president of security research at Trend Micro to get some insight into where open source robustness might (or might not) be headed next year.