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The network security safeguard team of the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau and the Chinese Internet security company Qihoo 360 jointly announced they will establish a network security anti-fraud initiative. The initiative’s official website at Fanzhapian.360.cn has officially started operation. Meanwhile, Ye Manqing, director of the network security safeguard team, announced that with the approval […]
After two months of public testing, Baidu’s antivirus software now is available for download as an official edition via Shadu.baidu.com.
Kyocera’s division in Shanghai has launched a service that provides cloud-based security services to companies and organizations in China.
Security software provider Symantec announced the appointment of Chi-Ho Christopher Lin as its new global vice president and president for Greater China.
Chinese telecom operator China Mobile announced the formal launch of a new Internet information security operating center in Luoyang, provincial capital of Henan.
Chinese Internet security company Kingsoft Network has announced plans to invest CNY100 million to establish a search security laboratory.
Chinese Internet security company Qihoo 360 has launched a new security vulnerability response platform to invite related experts to challenge the security of its products.
Microsoft and Alipay.com have signed a strategic letter of intent in Beijing, stating that the two parties will jointly develop and distribute services to enhance Internet security and privacy protection for Chinese users.
Chinese Internet security company Kingsoft published its latest Chinese Internet security report, stating that the number of new viruses decreased in 2011 while the attacks targeting Internet shopping in China continued to surge.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology published new security and advertising provisions for regulating the Internet information service market, effective March 15, 2012.
Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc. has launched an Internet platform to accept netizens’ complaints about information promoted by the search engine service at Baidu.com.
Chinese anti-virus software provider Rising has announced that its first Internet client product, Rising security browser, has started beta tests.
Just days after Avira announced a deal with Chinese portal Tencent, Avira has now also done a deal with Chinese Internet security provider Qihoo 360.
Tencent will incorporate Avira’s Internet security scanning engine and core technology into Tencent’s QQ Computer Manager 5.0 Anniversary Preview Edition.
Chinese Internet security software provider Qihoo 360 and social networking site Renren.com have jointly announced that the two parties have formed a strategic partnership for Internet security and open platform cooperation in China.
Google says a likely phishing attack from Jinan has targeted hundreds of its Gmail email users.
Kingsoft Network, the Chinese company established by the merger of Kingsoft Internet Security Software Holdings Limited and Keniu Network, has announced plans to invest CNY30 million in a project named “Cloud Shield”, and it will formally open the API of its cloud security platform to partners.
Chinese Internet companies Kingsoft and Tencent have announced their intentions to join Baidu’s recently launched campaign to make the Chinese Internet a safer place.
Kingsoft Internet Security Software Holdings Limited, the Internet security subsidiary of Kingsoft, has announced that it has merged with Keniu Network, a Chinese security software provider, and formed an independent company named Kingsoft Network.
Tencent Holdings Limited, one of China’s top Internet firms, announced its unaudited consolidated results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2010.
The Anti-Phishing Alliance of China has announced that by the end of July 2010, the alliance had received 19,817 reports related to phishing websites, and e-commerce websites were the most imitated ones.
McAfee’s “Q4 Threats Report”, issued today, shows that China is not the sole origin for zombie computer hacking attacks at the same time as Chinese authorities trumpet the arrest of a hacking gang.
Initiated by China’s National Computer Virus Emergency Response Center, the China Anti-Malware Alliance has been launched in Tianjin.