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  • Firefox, IE flaw could expose passwords

    A flaw in Firefox 2.0 and IE could affect anyone visiting a Web site that allows user-contributed HTML codes to be added, according to Chapin Information Services. 

  • Firefox antiphishing feature beats Internet Explorer in Mozilla test

    A Firefox automated antiphishing feature beat IE 7 in a test conducted by Mozilla, but analysts say large enterprises should focus on spam blocking software. 

  • Exploit code out for MS06-070 flaw

    Microsoft said it is aware of proof-of-concept exploit code for the Windows Workstation service flaw, which was among the vulnerabilities patched this week. 

  • Mozilla fixes Firefox flaws

    Attackers could exploit multiple flaws in Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird to crash machines, bypass security restrictions and launch malicious code. 

  • Microsoft eyes second zero-day threat in a week

    This time, attackers are going after a zero-day flaw in Windows, and Microsoft has released some workarounds until a patch is available. 

  • Security Blog Log: Dissecting Firefox 2.0

    This week, bloggers examine the security features of Firefox 2.0 and come away with mixed reviews. Does it fare better than Internet Explorer 7? 

  • Zero-day attacks target Microsoft Visual Studio

    Microsoft has outlined a series of steps users should take to protect their machines from attacks that exploit a new zero-day flaw in Visual Studio 2005. 

  • Flaw found in Firefox 2.0

    Attackers could exploit the security flaw to crash versions 1.5.0.7 and 2.0 of the browser, according to various security advisories. 

  • Firefox fans unfazed by IE 7

    IT administrators like the security improvements in IE 7. But for those who use Firefox, Microsoft's browser upgrade isn't enough to make them switch. 

  • Triple trouble for Microsoft users

    Security researchers have reported three flaws affecting Microsoft, including two Internet Explorer glitches and a vulnerability affecting organizations that share Internet connections.