October 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the USA's annual Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM).
So we thought we'd come up with 10 topics, in vaguely chronological order, that have burst into our collective security concerns at various times in the last decade.
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.