Microsoft released a security advisory on Monday to address a zero-day vulnerability found in Internet Explorer 9 and earlier versions.
Microsoft's decision to end the sales of some Forefront security products could signal a greater move to the cloud, according to analysts.
Use that extra time you would be using to patch to test out the newest System Center update instead.
An Anonymous hacker (although not sure if part of Anonymous or just anonymous) was quick to take credit on Monday for the six-hour Web site outages of GoDaddy customers.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to end the sales of five Forefront enterprise security products.
Microsoft's security update for the month of September arrived today with just two items.
Microsoft's security update for September looks to be a small one, with only two "important" bulletin items scheduled.
Less than 24 hours after Oracle released Java Version 7 Update 7, a security firm has found a new error in the latest version.
Is the cloud a viable tool in the fight?
It's been a tough week and a half for Oracle and its Java crew.
A recent phishing campaign that employs a Microsoft e-mail template has been spotted in the wild by researchers.
While Microsoft's dedication to software security should be the gold standard for others, it's a war that the company will never win.
Oracle released an update for Java 7 that addresses "3 distinct but related vulnerabilities and one security-in-depth issue affecting Java running in desktop browsers," said the company.
Security firm FireEye released information yesterday on a Java flaw that has been seen in targeted attacks in the wild, and has been tested to work on most major Web browsers for both Mac and PC.
Remember that "Pandora's box" that security bloggers and experts were warning about once it was reported that Stuxnet might have come from a government body?
Microsoft issued Security Advisory 2743314 on Monday to warn users of two tools readily available that can be used to steal passwords from wireless networks and virtual private networks (VPNs).
Microsoft released a security advisory this week warning about an issue that could cause VPN passwords to be stolen, thanks to the work of a couple of hackers.
Security researchers have identified a virus that can steal data from a targeted machine and then rewrite over the master boot record of a computer to make it inoperable.
While malware will have to use a new trick to infect systems, Microsoft's solution may hurt those who have dealings overseas.
Big brother asks Microsoft for some assistance.