The same team of Polish researchers who discovered a critical security hole in Oracle’s Java software say that they uncovered another such hole, which could be used to bypass the secure application “sandbox” on most recent versions of Java.
Apple's announcement about new products at WWDC 2012 was peppered with information related to security and privacy, Joshua Long reports.
Argentinian security researchers have publicised what they call a hole in Apple's OS X sandbox. Apple says the sandbox is, strictly speaking, doing what it says on the tin.
The rest of us can't actually see what it says on the tin - so who's right?
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.
Adobe has released an advisory warning users about a new zero day flaw in their ubiquitous Flash Player software. Watch out for malicious Word documents, especially if you work for the US government or related industries.
Adobe has announced the long-awaited sandboxed versions of their ubiquitous Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat applications, now branded as X. Brad Arkin, Adobe's Senior Director of Product Security and Privacy, first spoke with Sophos about Adobe's plans to better secure Read more…
Adobe has become the whipping boy for many security pundits over the last 24 months, but today they have made the most public move to change that opinion since announcing a new security strategy in May 2009. Brad Arkin their Read more…
Last week I posted about some new malware targeting Adobe vulnerabilities and I included Java in the title... Shame on me, I forgot to include the part about Java! I will call this blog part 2 and detail the Java Read more…