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  • Security Blog Log: Taking Google Code Search for a spin

    This week, the blogosphere is buzzing about Google Code Search. Despite concerns that the tool will aid attackers, some see it as a boost for security. 

  • Brief: Malicious Web site poses as Google

    A malicious Web site poses as Google's Italian site, but attempts to install malicious ActiveX controls on victim's machines and ultimately redirect them to adult content. 

  • Mozilla still looking into Firefox flaw claims

    Although one of the researchers said recent Firefox flaw claims were a joke, Mozilla wants to make sure. 

  • Microsoft tweaks IIS patch

    Some customers ran into trouble while trying to install MS06-034, which addresses a remote code execution flaw in Internet Information Services (IIS). 

  • Microsoft patches seven July security holes, five critical

    The software giant's monthly batch of fixes includes critical repairs for Internet Explorer and Windows' networking features, plus "important" bulletins for Internet Information Server. 

  • JavaScript worm spreads through Yahoo Mail

    JS.Yamanner manages to propagate when end-users view a malicious email. A fix is pending, but other Web applications using JavaScript may soon be affected. 

  • Mozilla fixes nearly two dozen Firefox flaws

    The digital underground could exploit the vulnerabilities to bypass security restrictions, tamper with sensitive data or conduct cross-site scripting and phishing attacks. 

  • Proof-of-concepts heighten mobile malware fears

    By themselves, Crossover and RedBrowser are fairly harmless, but they're a sign that the digital underground is likely working toward large-scale attacks against handheld devices. 

  • Security Wire Weekly audio downloads

    Get the week's top information security news while you're commuting to work or at the gym -- whenever it's convenient to you! Listen to our Security Wire Weekly audio downloads by SearchSecurity's award-winning news team and stay in the know. 

  • Review: Lucid Security's ipAngel far beyond standard IPS fare

    ipAngel is a cleverly integrated package that will help stop exploits at your perimeter and assess the security of your network.