An update to version 7.7.4 of QuickTime for Windows is now available to download, closing 12 security vulnerabilities in the media player software.
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While it looked dead in the water for a while, the Queen's speech looks to have breathed new life into the controversial Communications Data Bill.
Using decoy passwords alongside genuine hashed passwords could help IT admins to identify when attackers gain access to protected systems.
Holes still exist in Oracle's Java software that could potentially leave machines open to remote execution of malicious code, according to a researcher.
ColdFusion developers have been warned by Adobe to set usernames and passwords for the remote development service and to disable access to certain directories in order to avoid risk of being compromised.
Samsung has started rolling out a fix for Galaxy SIII handsets that closes a vulnerability that would allow a malicious app access to crucial parts of the operating system, according to reports.
BlackBerry handset maker Research In Motion has patented a system that would prevent people from quickly taking covert photographs by requiring a handset to be held still for a predetermined amount of time before a picture can be taken.
The ITU meeting to discuss the future control of the internet was temporarily disrupted for two hours on Wednesday after what's thought to be a malicious attack on its systems.
The UK government's cybersecurity strategy is continuing apace, with new plans to draft additional fresh talent to its cybersecurity and response teams.