Microsoft will be releasing an out-of-band patch for the recently-disclosed zero-day hole in Internet Explorer.
Find out if you need the patch, and start getting ready now. This one really is critical.
A newly discovered and serious security hole in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser affects a wide swath of the company’s Windows and Internet Explorer installations, according to a Security Advisory released by the company late Monday.
Shortly after our original advisory about the latest zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft XML Core Services (CVE-2012-1889), code to exploit the vulnerability was seen in a Blackhole exploit kit. The start of widespread adoption and panic bells for users?
What if your authentication system itself were at fault? You could have the hardest-to-guess password, salted and hashed thousands of times, and still be at risk.
That's what happened to MySQL and MariaDB.
Microsoft has just published an advisory about a remotely-exploitable zero-day vulnerability in the Windows graphics rendering engine.