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  • Symantec, McAfee address security flaws

    Security flaws in Symantec Altiris Deployment Solution and McAfee E-Business Server could be exploited to cause a denial of service or run malicious files. Fixes are available. 

  • Windows admins feel post-Patch Tuesday pain

    A week after Microsoft's monthly security update, some Windows administrators report patch installation problems. Meanwhile, a fresh Windows zero-day flaw has been disclosed. 

  • Oracle plugs critical database, application holes

    Oracle fixed critical flaws in database 10g and 9i, Application Server 10g, and E-Business Suite 11i. 

  • Oracle CPU to contain 51 flaw fixes

    Oracle's Critical Patch Update will address 51 fixes, addressing critical holes in Oracle database 10g, Application Server, E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft Enterprise software. 

  • Install Microsoft IE, RPC patches first, experts say

    On the heels of Microsoft's October security update, vulnerability management experts are urging Windows administrators to deploy the Internet Explorer (IE) and RPC patches first. 

  • HP issues advisories, plugs holes

    HP's System Management Homepage is vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks, according to advisories issued Tuesday. 

  • Inside MSRC: Microsoft SharePoint flaw explained

    Microsoft's Christopher Budd addresses the cross-site scripting vulnerability in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Office Sharepoint Server 2007. 

  • Microsoft releases security updates for IE, Word

    Microsoft released four critical security bulletins and two rated important Tuesday for flaws in Internet Explorer, Word, various versions of Windows and Outlook. 

  • Microsoft to release four critical security updates

    A total of seven security updates will be released by Microsoft Tuesday -- four of them critical -- for flaws affecting Windows, Outlook, Internet Explorer and more. 

  • IBM patches security flaws in Tivoli Storage Manager

    Attackers could exploit two security flaws in IBM Tivoli Storage Manager to access sensitive data, but the computing giant has released security updates.