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  • Warning issued over unpatched Firefox flaw

    Danish vulnerability clearinghouse Secunia and the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) issued advisories about the input validation flaw. 

  • Critical Firefox flaws addressed by Mozilla

    Mozilla attended to eight flaws in Firefox, fixing three critical and two high-impact vulnerabilities that could be used by an attacker to gain access to sensitive information. 

  • JavaScript hijacking

    JavaScript hijacking is a technique that an attacker can use to read sensitive data from a vulnerable Web application, particularly one using Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)... (Continued) 

  • Apple fixes flaws in Safari for Windows

    Researchers who haven't liked Apple's past response to flaw reports applaud the company's quick fix to Safari for Windows. But they're not convinced Apple is turning over a new leaf. 

  • Microsoft investigates possible new Office flaw

    Attackers can exploit a new buffer-overflow flaw in Microsoft Office to cause a denial of service or run malicious code on targeted machines via IE, Symantec warned Wednesday. 

  • Researchers find flaws in Safari for Windows

    Attackers could exploit a flaw in Apple's Safari for Windows to pass arbitrary command line arguments to any application that can be called through a protocol handler. 

  • Microsoft patches Windows Vista, IE 7

    Microsoft fixed 15 flaws in a variety of products Tuesday, including Windows XP, Vista and Internet Explorer 7. Attackers could exploit the most serious flaws for remote code execution. 

  • Zero-day flaws affect Firefox, IE

    A researcher published details on four new zero-day flaws affecting Firefox and Internet Explorer. They could be exploited to log keystrokes, download malware and steal cookies. 

  • NCSA

    NCSA at the University of Illinois in Urbana, Illinois is the home of the first Web browser that had a graphical user interface. 

  • cache cramming

    Cache cramming is a method of tricking a computer into running Java code it would not ordinarily run.