The flaw, reported this week, could allow an incorrect password to be verified as correct due to an error in the token calculation, according to Sergei Golubchik, security coordinator for MariaDB, in a posted statement.
Beyond the flexibility and costs savings of cloud computing are certain tactical advantages like automated provisioning and encrypted storage. This quick primer by cloud security expert Vic Winkler will give you the pros and cons of each.
Microsoft's monthly security update will be arriving this Tuesday.
Hackers recently raided the LinkedIn and eHarmony Web sites and published user password information, software security researchers said this week.
Stuxnet was reportedly created by the U.S. and Israel.
Unauthentic certificates are to blame.
And your eHarmony password accounts, while you're at it.
Microsoft issued a security advisory this week about the Flame virus, which is using unauthentic certificates from the company to trick antivirus programs.
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.
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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.