Securing Productivity Applications
- March 27, 2015
News roundup: The ban of "booth babes" at RSA Conference 2015 has been met with praise; does it equal an increase of women in infosec? Plus: Cyberthreat data-sharing bill advances; Flash flaw exploited days after patching; new twist on Google Play ...
- March 20, 2015
News roundup: Researchers at the 2015 Pwn2Own exploited every major Web browser, casting doubt on browser security once again. Plus: high-severity OpenSSL update; IE being phased-out in Windows 10; Americans dodging online surveillance.
- February 24, 2015
Macro viruses haven't been popular since the early 2000s, but recent malware discoveries indicate that macro-infected Word and Excel files are on the rise.
- January 23, 2015
News roundup: An of onslaught Adobe, Oracle, OpenSSL, Chrome and Firefox patches highlights the sad state of software security in 2015. Plus, security budgets increasing; HealthCare.gov security woes; false-positive alerts cost millions annually.
- April 17, 2014
When it comes to app risk management, who is ultimately responsible: business leaders or security professionals? A new report weighs in.
- April 08, 2014
The April 2014 Patch Tuesday release features the final Office 2003 and XP security updates, as well as a fix for a recent Word zero-day.
- March 25, 2014
A new zero-day attack affecting versions of Word and Outlook uses remote code execution to gain user-level rights with a malicious RTF file.
- March 03, 2014
An early proponent of Microsoft SRP, Aaron Turner says application whitelisting has finally taken hold in consumer app stores.
- December 18, 2012
An attacker can exploit weaknesses in files intended to extend the functionality of Shockwave Player. No practical solution is available, US-CERT said.
- October 04, 2012
Software security expert Gary McGraw provides actionable guidance based on analysis of dozens of software security firms.