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 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.
- 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 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.
- December 08, 2004
Microsoft boosts server security, while SUSe and Sun plug holes. Mozilla releases free e-mail client Thunderbird.
- 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."
- 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.
- October 01, 2003
A new Trojan exploits flaws in Internet Explorer and changes domain name server settings, rendering some network services unavailable.
- February 08, 2001 08 Feb'01