Web Browser Security
- December 02, 2004
Sun Microsystems warned users that libpng vulnerabilities affect Solaris systems running the Netscape browser. A fix is in the works.
- November 02, 2004
A boundary error in Internet Explorer can be used to launch malicious code, according to security firm Secunia.
- September 06, 2004
Microsoft confirms security holes in IE 6.0 and issues patches for two other vulnerabilities.
- August 26, 2004
Millions of Winamp users are vulnerable to a zero-day exploit that could install spyware and Trojans on unsuspecting victims who click on a Web site link.
- August 05, 2004
A "severe" flaw in the widely used Opera browser has roots in a vulnerability patched in February.
- August 02, 2004
Vendors release updates for flaws in popular open source code, such as phpMyAdmin, and proprietary products, including Check Point VPNs.
- July 27, 2004
Firefox vulnerability rated "moderately critical" while NIST discourages DES and Nokia decides to address "bluesnarfing."
- February 03, 2004
Microsoft on Monday released a cumulative fix for Internet Explorer. The fix addresses critical vulnerabilities, including a URL-spoofing problem and a cross-domain flaw.
- December 02, 2003
Microsoft said it is investigating public reports of new flaws in Internet Explorer, and expressed concern the details were disclosed to the public. The Chinese researcher who found the flaws said he did not report them first to Microsoft because he...
- December 01, 2003
A researcher has posted the details of new security vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, but did not disclose them to Microsoft beforehand. Microsoft said it is looking into the problem.
- November 14, 2003
Two security holes have been found in the Opera browser that could lead to remote code execution. Upgrades are urged.
- October 01, 2003
A new Trojan exploits flaws in Internet Explorer and changes domain name server settings, rendering some network services unavailable.
- September 10, 2003
Experts have determined that a Microsoft patch for a severe flaw in Internet Explorer leaves systems open to other types of attacks. Experts recommend a workaround in addition to the patch.
- February 26, 2002
Buffer overflow hole creeps up in IE
- February 08, 2001 08 Feb'01