Experts say no security can ensure cybercrime prevention

 Security experts say there are no possible solutions to ensure full-proof security and prevent future cyber attacks.

Symantec, Kaspersky downplay Beijing effort to exclude products

Kaspersky confirmed on Monday that authorities in Beijing had moved to restrict government purchases of software from non-Chinese companies.

Beijing to bar Symantec, Kaspersky anti-virus in procurement: Report

Kaspersky spokesman Alejandro Arango said: "We are investigating and engaging in conversations with Chinese authorities about this matter. It is too premature to go into any additional details at this time." 

NaMo anti-virus software to protect PCs for free

Homegrown IT firm Innovazion has named its new antivirus software 'NaMo', the popular short name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

John McAfee says glad Intel dropping his name from security software

John McAfee, the flamboyant millionaire who founded the eponymous anti-virus software pioneer that Intel Corp bought for USD 7.7 billion, says he is glad that the chipmaker plans to drop his name from the product.

McAfee set to devise gadget to thwart NSA snooping

McAfee said that the device, dubbed `Decentral`, will cost less than 100 dollars and there will be no way for the NSA to gauge a user`s location or identity.

McAfee to acquire firewall Stonesoft for $389 million

Security software maker McAfee said here Monday that it will acquire Finland-based Stonesoft Oyj for about USD 389 million in cash.

McAfee hoping to start new life with young girlfriends in Southampton

Anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee has revealed how he wants to start a new life in the UK with his two young girlfriends.

Anti-virus McAfee maker captured on murder charges

Maker of famous anti-virus software McAfee, John McAfee was arrested on murder charges of his neighbor.

Spend less on antivirus software, more on policing: Study

The study by an international team of scientists led by the University of Cambridge recommends that society should spend less on antivirus software and more on policing the internet, a university release Monday said.

Facebook will now warn users beforehand of malicious URLs

Facebook now will warn its users beforehand, when they click on a site that could possibly pose a threat to their computers.