Someone is scanning the Internet for systems vulnerable to a recently-disclosed flaw in Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager.
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Last week Symantec told some 50,000 pcAnywhere users to stop using the software until it could fix a critical security flaw. Those patches are now available, and the company is offering free upgrades to anyone using older, unsupported versions.
Employers should be aware of the security risks in iOS and Android when deciding whether to allow employees to bring consumer devices into the company, according to Symantec
Researchers from Symantec are reporting on an ongoing targeted malware campaign using a FIFA World Cup 2010 theme, in an attempt to trick end users into executing a malicious PDF file, exploiting a recently patched flaw in Adobe Reader.
After suspecting a zero day exploit was being used to attack the latest version of Flash Player (22.214.171.124), Symantec says the call was a mistake - it was an older version, 126.96.36.199 and prior.
Symantec has warned of websites being compromised by Chinese domains hosting an exploit for an unpatched Adobe Flash Player flaw
The security vendor says updates for drivers invalidated by the service pack are not yet available, while some Vista customers are suffering severe problems after downloading SP1
"Lighter" is the key word Symantec hopes customers will feel when installing Norton 360 version 2.0, which is the company's security and backup system for small business and home users that was launched today.
The security company says it has seen an attack using a cross-site scripting flaw in 2Wire DNS routers that was discussed as a concept last year
The vulnerability-testing company has strongly criticised CA's ARCserve Backup product, as well as Symantec Mail Security
There are currently a number of "highly critical" unpatched security flaws in Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange versions 4.x, 5.x, and 6.x, according to Secunia.
Unpatched flaws in Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange mean companies could suffer remote systems access and denial of service
Symantec is urging its customers to patch their security products after being warned about a critical vulnerability that could allow hackers to execute code remotely.
Update quarantined two critical system files in the Simplified Chinese version of Windows XP, affecting computers throughout China.
Thousands of Chinese-language Windows XP systems were crippled by a flawed antivirus update released by Symantec last week.
Gives hackers full control of Windows systems
Although Windows required fewer patches in the second half of 2006, the vulnerabilities were more critical, according to the security vendor
Virus trackers at Symantec have raised an alert for what is believed to be a fifth unpatched -- and previously unknown -- security flaw affecting Microsoft Word.
"Big Yellow" hits systems running Symantec's corporate antivirus tools, warns eEye Digital Security. Symantec says attacks are limited.
Vulnerabilities could let attackers gain remote control of a system, security company warns.
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