Web Browser Security
- July 29, 2010
Attackers capable of carrying out man-in-the-middle attacks to hijack Web browsing sessions can go further and render Web security protocols HTTPS and SSL/TLS useless against attack.
- March 30, 2010
Patch security professionals say that Microsoft's emergency update addressing IE vulnerabilities should be applied quickly.
- March 29, 2010
Microsoft will release an emergency security update for Internet Explorer that patches a remote execution vulnerability in the Web browser.
- March 01, 2010
The software giant says a new flaw in the browser could allow attacker to run arbitrary code.
- February 04, 2010
A new Microsoft advisory warns of a zero-day vulnerability that could result in information disclosure for users of Windows XP.
- February 01, 2010
Google follows Mozilla's FireFox vulnerability reward program, offering a base reward of $500 for eligible browser bugs.
- January 20, 2010
Patch being released Thursday repairs multiple flaws in Internet Explorer, including a zero-day vulnerability being exploited in ongoing attacks against corporate users.
- January 13, 2010
Facbook beefs up its account remediation process with a free malware scanning tool, security education and a free antivirus trial followed by a subsidized price on the software.
- December 16, 2009
Serious flaws in FireFox could be used by attackers to gain access to critical files and sensitive data.
- December 16, 2009
In addition to the browsers, Adobe Systems' PDF software as well as its Flash and Shockwave players made the annual list.
- December 09, 2009
Adobe Flash Player 10.0.42.34 repairs memory corruption errors and a data injection vulnerability that could enable an attacker to crash the player and take control of a machine.
- November 23, 2009
Exploit code is publically available targeting an Internet Explorer cascading style sheet (CSS) handling error, according to Symantec.
- November 17, 2009
New InZero gateway uses hardware to halt malware by separating the endpoint from the network and isolating desktop software.
- November 12, 2009
Penetration testing firm Cenzic says Mozilla Firefox and the Apple Safari browsers contain the most vulnerabilities in a study covering the first half of 2009.
- October 29, 2009
Kaspersky Krab Krawler analysis finds users fueling the number of malicious links on Twitter by posting URLs to infected websites.