Google: Symantec antivirus flaws are 'as bad as it gets'
Norton and Symantec users should take "immediate action" to update.
Companies could use 'intermediate' web security certificates to spy
Intermediate certificate authorities are just as potent as the root CAs that form a secure web.
Symantec antivirus security flaw exposes Linux, Mac and Windows
A victim doesn't even need to open the email for this exploit to work.
Google slaps Symantec for issuing fake web security certificates
Google wants Symantec to stop issuing security certificates for sites it doesn't own.
Chinese government drops foreign security software (update: with limits)
China's government isn't just giving the boot to foreign operating systems; it's doing the same fo...
Symantec's COO credits his WoW credentials with boosting his resume
Symantec COO Stephen Gillett is proud of his past accomplishments, including high-ranking positions...
Symantec declares antivirus 'dead' as it focuses on damage control
Given how hard antivirus software makers push you to sign up, you'd think that business was boomin...
PGP inventor doesn't use PGP "because it doesn't run well on a Mac"
Phil Zimmermann is a legend in the world of online privacy, having invented PGP (Pretty Good Privacy...
Symantec: work on Stuxnet worm started two years earlier than first thought
Most of us think we know the tale of Stuxnet: it's a possibly government-sponsored worm that playe...