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Symantec has discovered an 'interesting' worm that sabotages Microsoft SQL databases and replaces items with random values — something that could be difficult for businesses to remedy, it warns.
Today, one of Microsoft's Technical Fellows has published his second "geek lit" novel, Trojan Horse. It's a techno-thriller with educational value because it aims to get the technical details of global cyber-attacks right
Security readiness of Asian companies held back by low level of awareness and lack of frameworks, but strengthening of laws in region will help it catch up with the west, Chartis exec says.
A Microsoft security report has identified the Conficker worm as the biggest cybersecurity threat to businesses, having been detected 200 million times worldwide in the last two and a half years
The Conficker worm is currently the largest security threat to enterprises, continuing to spread due to weak or stolen passwords and vulnerabilities that require security patches, according to a Microsoft report.
When Microsoft announced the Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) security flaw last week, the Internet Storm Centre (ISC) went to INFOCON Yellow. We could end up facing a worm as serious as Conficker, Blaster and Sasser.
The code publication has set off alarm bells in the corridors at Redmond because there are clear signs that Microsoft's pre-patch vulnerability sharing program has been breached or has suffered a major leak.
Microsoft is urging administrators to patch their machines after it discovered a vulnerability that could allow hackers to take complete control of PCs running Windows and potentially pave the way for the next Conficker worm or worse.
There's a remote, pre-authentication, network-accessible code execution vulnerability in Microsoft's implementation of the RDP protocol.
Researchers have found a new variant of the Ramnit worm to be targeting Facebook, but the social networking firm has downplayed the impact
Business lobbying group says systems were infiltrated by group of China-based hackers who tracked and stole e-mail messages from four employees working on Asia policy, according to report.
Dave Marcus, head of security research at McAfee, delves into the workings of Duqu, an information-stealing piece of malware that is shaping up to be as big a threat as Stuxnet
While simulating cyberattacks can better prepare employees to manage security incidents, enterprises need to understand risks and challenges before doing so, experts caution.
Disallowing admin rights of employees' endpoint devices not realistic solution to preventing malware threats in today's self-service IT business climate, observers say.
Small and midsize businesses show no urgency in protecting their organizations due to lack of understanding of threats, coupled with resource constraints, say SonicWall execs.
Security company Symantec has analysed the attack vectors and methods of the cyberattacks that targeted governments and organisations around the world
In the malware arms race that has seen digital villains stay one step ahead of the good guys, some landmarks stand out. ZDNet UK picks the most important, and most unexpected, unpleasant surprises to confront IT users
What's the best way to deal with malicious software on PCs and Macs? You can't answer that question until you know how malware gets installed in the first place. Here's a reality check.
The hybrid cloud service is designed to save small businesses money by utilising a pay-as-you-go software scheme
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