RealNetworks has issued a security fix for a gaping hole in its flagship RealPlayer software but, strangely, the company has not issued a security advisory to warn its millions of customers.
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David Maynor is hoarding his Safari browser flaws with his eyes on the iPhone.As far back as January, hackers were asking questions about the iPhone CPU and preparing for attack scenarios.
Anti-virus researchers at McAfee are reporting a massive wave of "pump-and-dump" stock spam -- with a interesting twist.
It lies right between the "coursework carcass preparer" and the "gravity research project," according to this amusing top-ten list from PopSci.com
Apple has refreshed its new Safari for Windows browser to patch a pair of vulnerabilities that could cause spoofing and HTTP redirection attacks.
The Windows vs Linux security report card that I wrote about from TechEd two weeks ago is officially out and Microsoft has stepped up its PR campaign to argue that Windows Vista has a "lower vulnerability fix and disclosure rate" than competitive Linux distributions.
Almost without notice, the ongoing month of search engine bugs is chugging along, discussing and exposing some some rather serious vulnerabilities in some of the world's most popular search engines.
Apple issues an update to Apple TV to fix a remotely exploitable buffer overflow that could allow code execution attacks.
Last Tuesday, when Microsoft released the MS07-030 bulletin to fix a remote code execution hole in Visio, the first line in the executive summary caught my attention:This important update resolves two privately reported vulnerabilities in addition to other security issues identified during the course of the investigation.
StopBadware.org researcher Liana Leahy has taken Cerulean Studios to task for bundling two third-party applications into the popular free Trillian IM client, arguing that users who are not careful during the Trillian installation process could end up with a crapware problem.