News emerged today that speculation about Stuxnet having been created by either the United States or Israel to attack Iran's nuclear capabilities might have been true.
- By Scott Bekker
Is running an older OS really more expensive than migrating to a new version?
Are you watching others watch Facebook?
Hundreds of computers located in the Middle East have been infected by a highly complex virus called "Flame," according to security researchers at Kaspersky Lab.
Trustworthy Computing has become the industry standard for software security.
If you are running Vista SP1, you may be in danger.
Most IT pros have thought about moving away from the venerable Windows XP operating system, but the ones that haven't are "really, really late," according to Gartner Inc.
Distributing copyright material, good. Hacking Web sites, bad.
EMET 3.0 is now fully supported and available for download.
Customers demand a change, Adobe obliges.
Microsoft today released its latest anti-exploit tool that's designed to add security for various software programs running on Windows systems.
Adobe is changing its mind about not offering security updates to older versions of its Creative Suite software.
A decade after launching its Trustworthy Computing initiative, Microsoft has come a long way but faces new challenges.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Don't play by the rules, expect consequences.
Make sure your fix works before sending it out the door.
Take a look at this list of common security mistakes many of you are still making.
Attackers have begun exploiting two separate flaws in the PHP scripting language found in a large majority of Web sites.
Microsoft's May security update arrived today with three bulletin items classified "critical" and four "important."
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday offering this month will feature three "critical" and four "important" bulletin items that will target 23 vulnerabilities.
Your IP address may be provided those you don't want to have it thanks to a vulnerability.