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Anatomy of an emergency patch

Anatomy of an emergency patch

Martin Englund, security engineer in the Java Network and Security group at Sun Microsystems, offers a blow-by-blow of how the company reacted to the Solaris Telnet zero-day

February 14, 2007 by in Oracle

Hacker, Microsoft duke it out over Vista design flaw

Hacker, Microsoft duke it out over Vista design flaw

Joanna Rutkowska has always been a big supporter of the Windows Vista security model. Until she stumbled upon a "very severe hole" in the design of UAC (User Account Control) and found out -- from Microsoft officials -- that the default no-admin setting isn't even a security mechanism anymore.

February 13, 2007 by in Microsoft

Project Titan: Verisign moves to strengthen DNS infrastructure

Project Titan: Verisign moves to strengthen DNS infrastructure

SAN FRANCISCO -- Just days after unknown attackers launched denial-of-service attacks against the root servers that help manage the world's Internet traffic, Verisign announced the launch of a major initiative to significantly increase its daily DNS query capacity -- from 400 billion queries a day currently to 4 trillion queries a day.

February 8, 2007 by in Networking

Dirty dozen: Windows, Office, OneCare patches on tap

Dirty dozen: Windows, Office, OneCare patches on tap

Microsoft's Patch Day bundle this month will be a whopper: 12 bulletins with fixes for a wide range of serious security vulnerabilities.Five of the 12 bulletins will cover remotely exploitable bugs in the Windows operating system while three will deal with Microsoft Office flaws.

February 8, 2007 by in Microsoft

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