A fix for Flash Player addresses four security problems. Windows, Mac and Linux users are all vulnerable.
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A research report indicates that Europe is far behind the US in moving ATMs from Windows XP. Less than 1 percent of ATMs in Europe are running Windows 7.
A recent email campaign contains links that send most users to a conventional spam site, but Android users get Android malware.
AV-Test.org's latest comparison of security suites for Android have many products with very high scores. Among the best, the difference is in a comparison of features and capabilities for the enterprise.
A skirmish erupted last week when hacking group NullCrew successfully broke into tactical communications company Klas Telecom. The global government contractor had an interesting response to its attackers.
[UPDATE] Windows XP and Office 2003's final Patch Tuesday will have only four updates total and only one critical each for Office and XP. The number of vulnerabilities is still undisclosed. The recent zero-day vulnerability in Word will be one of the fixed problems.
Windows Phone 8.1 includes many management and security features that IT should find compelling. Does that matter anymore?
After hacking and humiliating Comcast in February, NullCrew is back with HorsemenLulz in a successful hack on the mail servers of the second biggest media company in the Arab world, Al Arabiya.
Microsoft has finally put some effort into enterprise management and security features for Windows Phone and the result looks good for customers.