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Symantec at multiyear high as 1Q results beat

Shares of Symantec rose to a multiyear high on Wednesday as the maker of Norton antivirus software reported first-quarter profit and revenue that topped Wall Street's expectations. Full story

Symantec CEO on Q1 2014 results

   Steve Bennett, CEO of Symantec, breaks down his company's better-than-expected quarterly numbers, as mounting hacking fears fuels profits for the anti-virus software maker.

Symantec fiscal 1Q net falls 2 percent, revenue up

Symantec Corp., which makes Norton antivirus software, reported Tuesday that fiscal first-quarter net income fell 2 percent in the second quarter, although earnings and revenue beat expectations. Full story

Four-year hacking spree in South Korea blamed on 'Dark Seoul Gang'

BOSTON (Reuters) - Researchers with U.S. security software maker Symantec Corp say they have uncovered digital evidence that links cyber attacks on South Korea dating back four years to a single hacking group dubbed the "Dark Seoul Gang." Full story

Crooks Cold-Call Office Workers into Installing Malware

Cyberthieves are using a new social-engineering tactic — bogus business phone calls — to install malware on the computers of their corporate targets. Full story

Symantec forecasts weak results as yen depreciates

(Reuters) - Symantec Corp reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit, but the maker of the Norton anti-virus software forecast first-quarter results well below analysts' estimates due to a weak Japanese yen. Full story

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While the threat from foreign hackers is grabbing headlines, some security experts look ahead to networked devices and wonder whether your refigerator might be more vulnerable than your PC.