Washington 'Confident' Iran Talks Weren't BreachedState Department spokesman says the government confident there had been no security breach in the Iran-West talks.
Report: Israel Tried to Spy on Iran Nuclear TalksCybersecurity firm finds Israeli hacking program on servers of hotels linked to talks in second spy accusation since March.
US, UK Warn Against Using IE Until Bug FixedWindows XP users warned to steer clear of popular internet browser - or severely compromise their internet security.
Dangerous Trojan Horse Virus Hits IsraelTrojan horse viruses on Facebook are among the top threats to Israeli computer users for November.
US Charges Three Over 'Gozi' Computer VirusFederal prosecutors announce charges against three cyber thieves accused of stealing banking information.
Norovirus Infects 45 at Jewish General HospitalAn outbreak of norovirus among staff at Montreal's Jewish General Hospital led to temporary closure of the hospital's neurology clinic.
New Mideast Virus 'Developed by Nation State'Gauss is "a complex cyber-espionage toolkit created by the same actors behind the Flame malware platform."
Turkish Police, Intelligence Sites HackedInternational hacking organization Anonymous crashed websites belonging to the Turkish police and intelligence Thursday.