Removal for Backdoor.R2D2, the alleged eavesdropping tool

by Bitdefender Security Specialists, on 10.10.2011

Bitdefender has released a new removal for controversial Backdoor.R2D2.A. read more

Anonymous Snipes at WikiLeaks

by Bitdefender Security Specialists, on 02.09.2011

The enemy of my enemy is... my enemy? read more

Hacker Group Dumps Brazilian Public Servants Log-ins

by Bitdefender Security Specialists, on 26.08.2011

High profile `hacktivism’ inspires local copy cats read more

Full Facebook SSL Support Question (Still) Met with (Fire)sheepish Grin

by George Lucian Petre, on 19.07.2011

6 months after the introduction of SSL support when browsing on Facebook, sections of several major organizations’ pages & most popular applications on this platform still require users to switch to an unsecure connection. read more

Mobiles makes the world go round, go round, go round

by Catalin Cosoi, on 13.07.2011

Smartphones and corporate environment read more

(Almost) everything you wanted to know about Android malware but were (too) afraid to ask

by Catalin Cosoi, on 20.06.2011

A short recap of the modern history of Android apps' trials and tribulations. read more

Now is the Time for Security Software

by Bitdefender Security Specialists, on 14.06.2011

It's important to defend the integrity of your business, its partners, its clients, and other associates. With that in mind, more businesses should begin to understand the need for security software due to recent attacks on Google's Gmail accounts. The 'it can happen to you' sentiment is bigger than ever. read more

Apple's Internet Security Attacks: Malware Milestone

by Bitdefender Security Specialists, on 10.06.2011

For decades, malware attacks have focused on Windows computers because they have dominated the market. So when a recent malware "phishing" program started to attack Apple computers, the company was faced with unprecedented Internet security vulnerabilities. read more

Hackers Slam-dunk Gaming Giants One at a Time

by Catalin Cosoi, on 06.06.2011

Capitalizing on large customer database is the name of the game read more

Anonymous Iran hack may have catastrophic consequences

by Catalin Cosoi, on 03.06.2011

Not even 24 hours have elapsed since Google's announcement about the Gmail incident involving military US officials and select members of Asians government that another data breach targeting Iran's government servers. read more