When is Computer Security Day? What can forward secrecy do for you? Can you believe there's an 0-day in XP?
Have some fun finding out the answers in this week's 60 Second Security!
What a coincidence! A Facebook hoax claming that images can infect your computer...and then a Microsoft zero-day that uses images to infect your computer.
Chet and Duck talk you through the latest news...
SophosLabs was contacted recently to help investigate malware from an unusual sort of targeted attack.
What our researchers found was intriguing, to say the least, so we thought we'd share our discoveries with you...
Oracle has released an emergency update fixing four vulnerabilities affecting both Java 6 and Java 7 users.
Java flaws already included in Blackhole exploit kit, Oracle was informed of vulnerabilities in April
The latest Java flaw is already being exploited by criminals. Oracle was notified of the problem in April, but no fix is available. Learn how to disable Java or remove it from your computer to protect yourself.
A new zero-day vulnerability in Java discovered on a Chinese web server being used in a targeted attack is being quickly adopted by online criminals.
Technology blogger Mark Maunder recently wrote about an intrusion to his WordPress site.
The culprit was a widespread image-tweaking utility called timthumb. Learn what happened and how to fix it.
A remote code execution vulnerability against Internet Explorer was announced recently.
Microsoft doesn't have a patch out yet, but it has published a workaround which protects against this exploit, and others of a similar sort.
Don't just read the latest computer security news - watch it in 90 seconds! This month: when internet access chose the government; Adobe battles another zero-day; Twitter suffers XSS woes; and the Stuxnet malware keeps on making the wrong headlines. Read more…
Microsoft has responded very quickly turning around a patch for the 0 day exploit in Internet Explorer in approximately one week. This is impressive, as something as complicated as Windows with all of the language variants, service packs, etc is Read more…