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Apple has issued a monster update with patches for about 50 security vulnerabilities affecting iPhone, Safari and Mac OS X users.
Exactly a week after admitting that Firefox was just as guilty as Internet Explorer when it comes to passing dangerous data to third party applications, the open-source group shipped Firefox 184.108.40.206 with workarounds and patches for two related vulnerabilities.
Google has snapped up one of the sharpest minds in the hacker community, luring Michal Zalewski to help lock down its long list of Internet facing products.
Trend Micro today rolled out a new Botnet Identification Service (BIS) to help find botnet command-and-control servers and block communications between them and the zombie PCs they control. It'll help mitigate some networks but don't look for it to make a serious difference.
Thomas Dullien, aka "Halvar Flake," a prominent security researcher who has been a fixture at the annual Black Hat security conference, has been denied entry into the U.S. to attend and conduct training at this year's confab.
A serious security flaw in an ActiveX control that ships with the Yahoo Widgets could put users at risk of PC takeover attacks.
Security researchers have discovered a new set of protocol abuse problems with Mozilla Firefox, warning that the popular open-source browser is a sitting duck for code execution exploits.
In this image gallery, I've put together a list of 10 free utilities you should already be using to help protect, disinfect and manage your Windows computer.
Exploit code for an "extremely critical" LinkedIn Toolbar vulnerability has been posted on the Internet, putting users at risk of PC takeover attacks.