Microsoft's monthly Security Update arrived today with nine bulletins addressing 26 vulnerabilities. As with the past few months, remote code execution flaws are targeted in the majority of items.
Google was fined $22.5 million by the Federal Trade Commission, which pointed to the company's misrepresentations on privacy protections.
While Brien had some preconceived concerns with mixing social networking with an Internet search engine, Bing's newest update left him pleasantly surprised.
The cloud storage service Dropbox said Tuesday that the increase in spam e-mail sent to users last month was directly related to an employee account compromise.
The Grum botnet, known as the third largest spam ring among security researchers, was crippled on Wednesday after most of the command and control (C&C) servers were shut down.
I'd strongly advise not messing with someone like that.
Microsoft is under investigation by the European Commission for failing to fully abide by its commitment to provide Web browser choice screens.
Yahoo today confirmed the exposure of 450,000 passwords and user names used for personal e-mail accounts.
Losing those that still had infected systems is a good thing for the rest of us.
Microsoft released its monthly security rollout today, which includes three fixes rated "critical" and six designated "important."
July's Patch Tuesday marks the second fix for Microsoft's Web browser in two months.
An estimated 300,000 Mac and PC systems infected with the DNSChanger is set to lose their Internet connection at 12:01 a.m. on Monday.
Microsoft is readying three "critical" bulletins and six "important" items for this month's security update.
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Self destruct sequence initiated.
A technical decision floated by Microsoft to address privacy issues in Internet Explorer is drawing comments from U.S. public officials.
If you lie on the Internet, expect to be called out quickly.
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Four of the seven bulletins address RCE flaws.
Hackers could access your database in seconds.