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    This week the blogosphere focused on some significant security holes in Internet Explorer, Windows and Sun's Java Runtime Environment. 

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    In lieu of sending a card, candy or flowers, the software giant next week will send administrators seven new security bulletins, five of which have been deemed critical. 

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    Attackers could exploit an Internet Explorer flaw to launch malicious code. Meanwhile, a Windows glitch could allow elevated system privileges. 

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    Security researchers in the blogosphere are buzzing about a flaw in IE 7. Should users wait before taking the browser for a spin? 

  • Mozilla issues Firefox mega-fix

    The digital underground could exploit as many as seven flaws to bypass security restrictions, compromise sensitive data and launch cross-site scripting attacks. 

  • Mapping Windows client certificates

    In this Ask the Expert Q&A, Michael Cobb explains how to properly map Windows client certificates to access a Web site. 

  • Security Bytes: Firefox flaw could expose sensitive data

    Meanwhile: MIT researchers warn of attacks exploiting Skype; man gets two years in prison for selling Microsoft source code; Fortinet and Trend Micro settle a patent dispute. 

  • Firefox security

    What if Firefox was as big a target as Internet Explorer? Would it still be the more secure option? Confessed Microsoft enthusiast Brien Posey examines the reality of Firefox's more secure reputation. 

  • RSS: The next malware target?

    A recent report from Trend Micro names RSS as the next likely target for bot worm attacks and predicts feed hijackings will be prevalent with the release of IE 7. In this tip, security expert Mike Chapple explains how RSS could be exploited, and offe... 

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