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  • Security news roundup: March 2

    Paul Mah - March 2, 2008, 3:59 PM PST

    Security news roundup: March 2

    Here’s a collection of recent security vulnerabilities and alerts, which covers Symantec releasing security fixes for both its Backup Exec for Windows Server and the Symantec Scan Engine products, a c...

  • Security news roundup: February 24

    Paul Mah - February 24, 2008, 3:51 PM PST

    Security news roundup: February 24

    Here’s a collection of recent security vulnerabilities and alerts, which covers Opera releasing an update that patches three security vulnerabilities, multiple flaws found and fixed in EMC RepliStor, ...

  • Security news roundup: November 5

    Paul Mah - November 5, 2007, 1:52 PM PST

    Security news roundup: November 5

    Here's a collection of recent security vulnerabilities and alerts, which covers a local escalation of priviledge in Symantec Antivirus for Mac, vulnerabilities discovered in ACDSee, and a vulnerabilit...

  • 10 Internet threats your users should ignore

    Deb Shinder - April 7, 2006, 12:00 AM PST

    10 Internet threats your users should ignore

    You've got your hands full dealing with real security threats--you don't need your users falling for fake ones. Share this list to help them recognize the various scams and hoaxes making the rounds.

  • New worms attempt a bite out of the big Apple

    John McCormick - February 27, 2006, 10:40 AM PST

    New worms attempt a bite out of the big Apple

    Long touted as a superior OS when it comes to security, Apple's OS X has come under fire in the past few weeks with the emergence of a high-risk OS vulnerability as well as two worms that target Macs....

  • New worm threat set to spread this week

    John McCormick - January 30, 2006, 11:29 AM PST

    New worm threat set to spread this week

    A new e-mail threat has emerged, with a trigger date set for this week. Sporting various names, the worm traps unsuspecting users with the promise of explicit images. Meanwhile, allegations have surfa...

  • Symantec plugs vulnerability caused by its hidden directory

    John McCormick - January 23, 2006, 11:09 AM PST

    Symantec plugs vulnerability caused by its hidden directory

    Sony is apparently not the only company with the penchant for hiding files on users' computers—security vendor Symantec recently 'fessed up to similar practices. While its intentions were good, the hi...

  • Microsoft discloses serious vulnerability in IE

    John McCormick - November 28, 2005, 2:26 PM PST

    Microsoft discloses serious vulnerability in IE

    Microsoft has released Security Advisory 911302, which discusses a serious vulnerability in most versions of Internet Explorer, a problem the software giant has known about for six months. In this edi...

  • ICANN remains master of Internet domains—for now

    John McCormick - November 21, 2005, 12:00 AM PST

    ICANN remains master of Internet domains—for now

    ICANN received a last-minute reprieve at the World Summit on the Information Society last week and will keep its control over Internet domains. Meanwhile, SonyBMG didn't fare as well as a recent Troja...

  • Microsoft releases one security bulletin for November

    John McCormick - November 14, 2005, 11:45 AM PST

    Microsoft releases one security bulletin for November

    After releasing nine security bulletins in October, Microsoft scaled back this month and released only one security bulletin. But don't let the 'cutback' fool you—MS05-053 addresses several vulnerabil...