There's a Java update coming next Tuesday, 18 June 2013, and you might as well get ready for it now if you haven't already.
Oracle has fixed 40 holes, all but three of them remotely exploitable.
Do you really need to worry about things like privacy and security?
Here's the latest in our 60 Second Security video series, bringing you fast, incisive and entertaining evidence that says, "Yes, you do!"
Patch Tuesday is coming on 11 June 2013.
Paul Ducklin gives you a quick preview of what we know so far, and who'll be affected by the updates...
(Mac users, that might include you.)
Apple has published updates for all supported versions of OS X and for Safari version 6.
A largish number of remote code execution vulnerabilities have been patched, so these aren't just cosmetic fixes.
Apple released the latest update to iTunes today, version 11.0.3, fixing 41 vulnerabilities in the Windows version and 1 in the OS X version. Many of these flaws are rated critical and we advise you update as soon as possible.
Not to be outdone by Microsoft and Adobe's Patch Tuesday releases, Mozilla pushed out its latest browser and email client updates today.
There are no bated-breath patches for in-the-wild exploits, but 3 of the 8 security fixes are deemed "critical".
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...
Apple just released iOS 6.1.4 for the iPhone 5.
Apparently, it improves speakerphone calls, but it doesn't fix the lock-screen bug in iOS 6.1.3...
A subdomain of the US Department of Labor's main website, running off a separate server - what's known colloquially as a microsite - was modified to serve up malware.
Paul Ducklin takes a quick look at the attack...
Vulnerability researchers at Core Security recently turned their attention on internet-enabled cameras, finding lots of holes.
And when security holes arise from features, not bugs, you really do feel like shouting aloud, "What WERE they thinking?"
Minority groups in China appear to have been targeted by a Mac malware attack, delivered via boobytrapped Word documents.
Who could possibly be interested in targeting their computers?
Award-winning security blogger Brian Krebs is loved by everyone on the internet... apart from the criminals.
Find out what they're saying about him in their latest version of the Redkit exploit kit.
Just last week you were congratulating yourself for patching your computer against a Java security hole.
Now another zero-day unpatched vulnerability has been found in Oracle's widely used software.
The security-beleaguered Java ecosystem usually gets updates just once every four months, in February, June and October.
But this year, Oracle has adapted that schedule a number of times, and this is one of them...
Malware researcher Paul Baccas reveals how an Excel spreadsheet using the password "VelvetSweatshop" could be designed to put your computer at risk.