Apple has announced plans to add code-scrambling diversity to Mac OS X Leopard, a move aimed at making the operating system more resilient to virus and worm attacks.
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Browser makers Opera and America Online (Netscape) have released patches to fix multiple vulnerabilities that expose millions of users to code execution and cross-site scripting attacks.
SecureWorks researcher Joe Stewart has seen evidence that the massive Storm Worm botnet is being broken up into smaller networks, a surefire sign that the CPU power is up for sale to spammers and denial-of-service attackers.
America Online has finally shipped a patch for a gaping worm hole that exposed Windows computers to code execution attacks without any user action.
Just call it patch-vertising.Spotted over at Vladville, Sun is advertising OpenOffice in pop-up alerts for Java security patches.
Database and server giant Oracle plans to issue patches for a total of 51 security vulnerabilities next Tuesday (October 16).
3Com voluntarily agreed to subject its $2 billion acquisiton to review by the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), the same committee that torpedoed Check Point's acquisition of Sourcefire over national security concerns.
Billy (BK) Rios, a prominent hacker who spent most of the summer warning about serious URI protocol handling vulnerabilities affecting Windows users, has joined Microsoft as a Security Engineer.
Just 24 hours after Microsoft shipped a patch for a critical vulnerability affecting Microsoft Word, researchers at Symantec say they have intercepted a malicious Word .doc rigged with a backdoor Trojan.
According to Secunia's chief technology officer Thomas Kristensen, proof-of-concept code demonstrating the Outlook issue has been sent to Microsoft to prove that this is indeed a Windows vulnerability that's caused by a design change in Internet Explorer 7.