The recent and widely reported US Dept of Labor website hack turned out to be a zero-day exploit against IE.
Good news! Microsoft just published an emergency "Fix it" patch against the vulnerability...
The latest security updates for Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion came out last week.
They were overshadowed by the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, but to OS X users, are just as important. More so, in fact!
While the media just looove zero-day exploits, the security industry sees a lot more exploits designed to take advantage of patched vulnerabilities. Question is why don't many of us get around to installing the patches?
Apple's latest large-scale OS X security updates are out.
In tech-speak, there are 39 fixes, covering 52 CVE identifiers, and including 19 fixes for vulnerabilities potentially allowing arbitrary code execution. That's a lot!
We've just been hit with a double-barrelled Patch Tuesday, with both Microsoft and Adobe publishing security updates.
Learn what SophosLabs thinks you should do to stay secure.
Apple yesterday released an update for Safari 5.0.6 and 5.1 which includes a whole battery of security fixes.
If you calculate the magnitude of a security update by the CVE numbers listed, this one scores a 57.
Oracle published its latest update to the Java Platform in the second week of June, pushing out the impressively-named Java SE 6 1.6.0_26.
Apple has now caught up, and OS X users are strongly advised to apply this latest update.
A Firefox vulnerability became hot news yesterday when it was reported that no less than the Nobel Peace Prize website was using it to distribute malware. Mozilla, the makers of Firefox, have responded vigorously.