Web Browser Security
- July 01, 2008
A zero-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) leaves the browser open to an attack that could allow someone to capture the keystrokes of a victim.
- May 31, 2008
In a warning issued to customers late Friday, Microsoft urged Safari users to change the browser's default download location.
- February 13, 2008
Cybercriminals are conducting Web-based attacks to bypass traditional protection technologies. With most security vendors unable to solve the problem, companies need to rethink their security strategy.
- February 12, 2008
Microsoft's Bill Sisk explains the Internet Explorer critical flaws being addressed in this month's batch of security updates.
- February 12, 2008
After digesting 11 security updates Microsoft released Tuesday, security experts urged IT shops to act first on the patches for critical Office and IE flaws.
- December 20, 2007
Microsoft announced a workaround for IT shops affected by a flawed Internet Explorer (IE) security patch, but some administrators sought the solution on their own.
- December 18, 2007
Some users are reporting problems with Internet Explorer after installing Microsoft's MS07-069 security update.
- December 11, 2007
Mozilla is touting big security advances in Firefox 3, including stronger anti-malware measures. Those testing the beta say it looks promising, though tweaks are needed.
- December 06, 2007
Microsoft plans to release seven security updates Tuesday, including three critical fixes for Windows, DirectX, DirectShow, Windows Media Format Runtime and Internet Explorer.
- November 27, 2007
Firefox 22.214.171.124 addresses multiple flaws attackers could have exploited to conduct cross-site request forgery attacks and potentially hijack a user's computer.
- October 25, 2007
A massive update to the Firefox browser resulted in some stability issues and bugs, according to Mozilla. The vendor plans to rush a patch to repair the issues.
- October 19, 2007
Attackers could exploit multiple flaws in Mozilla Firefox to tamper with sensitive information, conduct phishing attacks and run malicious code.
- October 17, 2007
Opera fixed a browser flaw attackers could exploit to run malicious code on targeted machines.
- October 11, 2007
Microsoft issued an alert warning of an unpatched command execution vulnerability in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that could be exploited remotely to access a machine.
- September 19, 2007
Firefox users can protect themselves from a QuickTime attack vector by upgrading to Firefox 126.96.36.199, Mozilla said Tuesday.