Web Browser Security
- October 24, 2005
At Information Security Decisions: a security "rock star" rages against the Microsoft machine; banging the drum for enterprise security; a sour note on zero-day exploits.
- September 21, 2005
Mozilla has corrected some serious security holes with the latest release of its Firefox browser.
- September 20, 2005
Meanwhile, a new IE flaw surfaces; a new worm spoofs Google to boost companies' rankings; banks lose billions to fake customers; and an Ohio university fails to make the grade.
- September 06, 2005
Experts warn that Web-feed enhancements in Microsoft's new Web browser may be just the thing crackers need to compromise networks and private data.
- August 30, 2005
In other news, iDefense reports flaws in Adobe Version Cue software; 16 more suspects eyed in Zotob case; and Sophos says one Zotob suspect is linked to 20 other worms.
- May 17, 2005
Users love to blast Microsoft over IE flaws. Can Mozilla expect the same backlash?
- May 12, 2005
In other news, Cisco fixes flaw; Massachusetts takes aim at spam ring; and Cisco confirms teen detained in investigation of its stolen source code.
- May 09, 2005
Exploit code is circulating and no patch is available, but there are workarounds.
- April 18, 2005
Proof-of-concept code targets Firefox security holes. But the flaws are fixed in the latest version of the browser and Mozilla Suite.
- March 22, 2005
Attackers could exploit Thunderbird bug to plant malware on your computer.
- March 14, 2005
In other news, 'antispyware' company shut down during investigation and new Java Trojan hits alternative browsers.
- March 03, 2005
PHPNews flaw is also fixed, and Symantec is granted a patent for AV technology. Elsewhere, an ISAC partners with a security vendor and a convicted spammer is let go.
- February 25, 2005
Mozilla has fixed a spoofing flaw discovered in multiple browsers earlier this month.
- February 07, 2005
Opera, Mozilla, Safari and Konqueror contain a security hole attackers could use to mimic URLs and SSL certificates.
- December 08, 2004
Microsoft boosts server security, while SUSe and Sun plug holes. Mozilla releases free e-mail client Thunderbird.