Web Browser Security
- March 06, 2007
Attackers could exploit the latest Firefox flaws to bypass security restrictions and hijack targeted machines. The latest version of the browser corrects the problem.
- February 26, 2007
he Mozilla update fixes Firefox flaws digital miscreants could exploit to circumvent security restrictions, conduct cross-site scripting attacks and access sensitive information.
- February 21, 2007
Attackers could exploit a new flaw in Internet Explorer (IE) to access local files on targeted systems, Microsoft confirmed Tuesday.
- February 19, 2007
In other news, researchers warn of a new security hole in Mozilla Firefox that could allow attackers to tamper with cookies.
- February 08, 2007
This week, Trend Micro released a fix for a flaw in its antivirus engine, while no fixes are available for two newly discovered Mozilla Firefox browser flaws.
- February 01, 2007
Windows users faced a breathtaking spike in zero-day threats last year and most security experts agree the problem is only going to get worse. Mark Shavlik, founder and CEO of Roseville, Minn.-based patch management firm Shavlik Technologies, is ...
- January 16, 2007
Window Snyder was a senior security strategist at Microsoft before leaving in 2005 to become a founder and CTO of Matasano Security LLC. Last September she became Mozilla Corp.'s security chief and is now responsible for locking down the popular ...
- January 11, 2007
Attackers can exploit the flaw remotely to compromise a user's system via the Safari Web browser.
- December 20, 2006
Digital miscreants could exploit flaws in Mozilla's popular Firefox browser to bypass security programs, access sensitive information and conduct cross-site scripting attacks.
- November 22, 2006
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.
- November 14, 2006
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.
- November 14, 2006
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.
- November 08, 2006
Attackers could exploit multiple flaws in Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird to crash machines, bypass security restrictions and launch malicious code.
- November 06, 2006
This time, attackers are going after a zero-day flaw in Windows, and Microsoft has released some workarounds until a patch is available.
- November 03, 2006
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?