Apple on Monday dropped 10 patches addressing eight vulnerabilities in Mac OS X 10.5, also known as Leopard.
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Researcher Ronald van den Heetkamp claimed that he had found a Firefox flaw just a few hours after Mozilla released its 2.0.
You can stumble onto an ActiveX vulnerability with a little help from Google and a 5 minute tutorial on fuzzing. When you ask and technology executive about potential security issues with virtualization you get a blank stare.
Mozilla on Friday delivered its Firefox 126.96.36.199 update including patches that fix a Web forgery flaw, browsing history and forward navigation stealing and the directory traversal via chrome, which has been the most visible vulnerability of late.
McAfee reported its fourth quarter earnings of $12.2 million, or 7 cents a share, on revenue of $356.
Microsoft on Thursday issued advance notice of 12 security bulletins ahead of its February batch of patches with seven critical flaws affecting Vista, Internet Explorer and Office.The most notable patch will likely cover that Excel zero day vulnerability that surfaced last month.
The last 24 hours has been a patch barrage with Sun, Adobe, Apple and Skype all issuing patches. But what's notable is how these patches affect Windows users.
Microsoft's Windows Live Mail is being targeted by spammers adept at eluding CAPTCHA protection, according to Websense.According to Websense, spammers have created bots that are capable of creating random Live Mail accounts and then using them to launch attacks.
Apple on Wednesday dropped a patch for QuickTime to fix a arbitrary code execution vulnerability.Relative to other recent QuickTime patches this one was small--only one vulnerability that could lead to an "unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution" if a user visits a malicious Web site.
WordPress has released version 2.3.3 to plug a flaw that would allow a specially crafted request to edit posts of other users on that blog.