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Security firm Secunia has named Firefox as the most vulnerable browser out there after totting up the number of vulnerability reports it published throughout 2008.
Microsoft has confirmed a zero-day vulnerability in its PowerPoint application that can allow remote code execution when an affected file is opened.
Security researcher Charlie Miller has unveiled a rather worrying security hole in Google's Android platform - one which allows for arbitrary code execution.
Microsoft has released a brace of patches in this month's update, including fixes for four Critical issues in Internet Explorer and Exchange Server.
Hewlett Packard has released updated firmware for certain LaserJet and Document Sender printers following a flaw that allows access to printed documents.
Users of Apple's Safari web browser - on both Mac OS X and Windows platforms - are being warned that an unpatched flaw in the RSS engine could lead to data theft.
Microsoft has released the list of what patches to expect this Tuesday, and there's just a single entry - an unknown flaw marked as 'Critical'.
After a security researcher posted proof-of-concept code to a mailing list, Microsoft has publicly denied that a flaw in Windows Media Player can lead to remote code execution.
Microsoft has issued a bulletin announcing an as-yet unpatched hole in its SQL Server database software which can lead to remote code execution.
A zero-day security flaw shared with its previous generation brother, and discovered just five hours after the download was made available, mars the launch of Firefox 3.0.
A flaw in versions of Adobe Flash Player prior to the latest release allows for remote code execution on affected systems, and is being actively exploited by crackers.
HP's "helpful" Info Centre can turn nasty thanks to its ActiveX security flaw, that can allow malicious code to overtake your system.
Be vewwy, vewwy quiet - we're hunting "bugs." Microsoft has fixed a "vulnerability" in the XBox 360 that could allow sneaky, horrible hackers to run bad things like Linux.
Microsoft has made the bold move to invite hackers to Las Vegas to test Vista. A clever scheme or a big mistake?
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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