The temporary fix looks to get a permanent solution with this month's Microsoft patch.
Will quantum cryptography provide air-tight security?
Cyber attacks are increasing at an alarming rate, forcing IT to rethink protecting systems.
- By Chris Paoli, Jeffrey Schwartz
Many organizations in a recent poll said that many cloud services have been deployed without having the proper security protocol in place.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Here's a tip, don't try to make up a fake diplomat title to get out of being arrested.
A black day for many IT pros will be coming less than a year from now when the venerable Windows XP operating system hits its end of life.
An April Microsoft security update has been re-released after being pulled due to compatibility issues for Windows 7 users.
The Dow Jones took a tumble after a fake alert about a White House attack was posted on the news organization's Twitter feed.
There are a variety of features and settings for securing your Microsoft Windows Server infrastructure, so be sure you make the right choice.
An independent study found that Microsoft's search results included much more malware than Google's.
Oracle released on Tuesday a critical security update for its Web-based Java programming language..
Bulletin MS13-036 was pulled after incompatibility issues arose with a popular third-party antivirus program.
Will adding a second step when logging in lower the amount of hijacked accounts?
This month's Microsoft security update, released today, features nine bulletins -- two rated "critical" and seven "important."
SQL Server 2000 is at the end of its product lifecycle and will lose its "extended support" from Microsoft on Tuesday, April 9.
An Internet Explorer fix should be the top priority for IT on Tuesday.
Microsoft's so-called "extended support" phase for Office for Mac 2008 is set to end on Tuesday, April 9.
Can Microsoft's sandbox protect applications from the attacks of yesterday?
A Linux developer group in Spain has kicked the "secure boot" controversy upward to the European Commission.
Julian Waits, the CEO of GFI's new spinoff ThreatTrack, discusses how his company intends to stand out in the growing federal and large-enterprise security space, especially in the new era of international cyber-attacks.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz