Web Browser Security
- June 09, 2009
Zero-day flaws in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Web server and Internet Explorer were among 31 vulnerabilities repaired Tuesday.
- June 03, 2009
The latest website attack techniques use stolen user credentials instead of website vulnerabilities to crack websites and spread malware.
- June 03, 2009
Until vendors release a cohesive set of tools to protect against website attacks, IT security pros have a number of ways to detect vulnerabilities.
- May 28, 2009
Kaspersky Lab researchers have tracked more than 25,000 malware samples spreading through social networks in 2009.
- May 20, 2009
A new survey suggests senior and mid-level executives want to expand use of social networking platforms, cloud-based collaboration tools and other applications.
- May 19, 2009
Websites poisoned with the Gumblar and Martuz drive-by download exploits could pass on malware to users who don't have their patches up to date.
- May 08, 2009
A recent study found that manual browser updates resulted in less secure browsers. Experts say software patching needs continued improvements. Mozilla responds.
- April 22, 2009
Mozilla's latest browser release repairs a critical vulnerability that could have been exploited to run arbitrary code.
- April 21, 2009
Mi5's technology gives Symantec URL and malware filtering as well as control of unmanaged applications, such as instant messaging and VoIP programs.
- March 30, 2009
Mozilla updated Firefox to repair several flaws, including a critical zero-day flaw.
- March 25, 2009
New productivity and security features of Internet Explorer (IE) 8 might require end users get a lesson from IT staff before companies can fully benefit.
- March 19, 2009
Experts praise the IE 8 security features, but say browser makers have a long way to go in preventing the browser from being a hacker's favorite mode of attack.
- March 05, 2009
Vulnerabilities causing browser instability and memory corruption errors could be exploited by attackers to access sensitive information.
- February 25, 2009
Flaws in Adobe Flash Player could be used by an attacker to gain access to system files and take control of a computer. Adobe recommends updating to the latest version.
- February 18, 2009
Moxie Marlinspike explains how his hacking technique fools Web users into thinking they are on an SSL-protected site, leaving them feeling quite safe, but pwned all the same.