Alternative operating system security
- November 18, 2004
BSD and Mac OS X far less targeted, more secure by default than Linux and Windows.
- November 02, 2004
Sun Microsystems has patched Solaris 9 against vulnerabilities in the Kerberos Key Distribution Center and V5 libraries.
- October 12, 2004
In other news, Fortress acquires technology from Legra.
- September 30, 2004
With costs of software flaws exacting a huge toll on organizations, many security experts advocate the use of open-source applications, which they believe are more secure.
- September 14, 2004
Sun Microsystems said Solaris 10 has a sharper set of security teeth and will be ready for general release by year's end.
- August 27, 2004
Online banks targeted by Trojan; Zone Labs and Cisco report flaws; antispyware law lays off service providers; 'Operation Web Snare' snags 150; startup sues India for stolen source code.
- August 05, 2004
Red Hat corrects flaws in Mozilla and glibc. Secunia identifies flaws in libpng 1.x and Gentoo plugs security hole in SqWebMail.
- August 05, 2004
In addition to Linux, Mozilla and Netscape have new flaws, as do StackDefender and Debian.
- July 22, 2004
Users should update their systems against multiple denial-of-service and permission vulnerabilities in the Linux kernel, Gentoo said.
- July 15, 2004
Gentoo fixes a vulnerability in the Linux kernel 2.6 series that could be exploited for a remote denial-of-service attack.
- June 10, 2004
A security hole in Cisco's Catalyst Operating System could be used for a denial-of-service attack.
- June 09, 2004
The latest security update takes recent feedback from customers into account
- June 03, 2004
Is the Apple Macintosh and its OS X operating system an enterprise security contender -- or should it be?
- May 28, 2004
A new vulnerability in Mac OS X is apparently immune to patches Apple released to fix earlier problems.
- May 18, 2004
Advisory warns Mac OS X users of two "extremely critical" vulnerabilities that are easy to exploit and can allow remote access.