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Learn from: an XP zero-day, a spate of Bitcoin "bank robberies," the outcome of a European user security survey, and yet another cryptographic blunder, this time from Drupal.
The Debian Linux security team recently pushed out a wry security advisory for popular web CMS Drupal.
In amongst the laundry list of fixes was a common modern malady - non-cryptographic random numbers used cryptographically...
Microsoft has gone public to warn about a zero-day vulnerability in the Windows XP kernel.
Full details are still to be released, as it isn't patched yet, but here's what we know so far...
Apple pushed out iOS 7.0.4 last week, the fourth patch in two months.
Is iOS getting buggier, or is Apple simply publishing security fixes more promptly?
Welcome to Techknow, the podcast in which Sophos experts debate, explore and explain the often baffling world of computer security.
In "The End of XP", Duck and Chet investigate the what, the why and the how of dealing with the impending end of support for Windows XP in 2014.
Potential remote code execution bugs in OpenSSH, probably the most widely-used remote access security system on the internet, are the stuff of nightmares for system administrators.
Paul Ducklin takes a look at the bug and the patch...
Which pets make the best/worst passwords?
How many times did Google make the same coding blunder?
Find out this and more in our one-minute wrapup of the week's security lessons!
What a coincidence! A Facebook hoax claming that images can infect your computer...and then a Microsoft zero-day that uses images to infect your computer.
Chet and Duck talk you through the latest news...
Four months ago, the Android platform was stirred, if not shaken, by a pair of code verification holes.
Turns out there was a third one, now fixed in Android 4.4, better known as Kit Kat.
Paul Ducklin looks at what we can learn from it...
A touch of fun but with a serious side - and only a minute to watch it.
Give our weekly "60 Second Security" video a whirl today...
"BadBIOS" is an unfolding story about a virus that is claimed to have some remarkable characteristics - such as jumping airgaps, spreading using sound waves, and taking over your firmware.
How does it work? What do we know? Is it real or a hoax? Paul Ducklin takes a look...
Microsoft just published its January-to-June 2013 Security Intelligence Report.
The results seem to PROVE that you should get rid of Windows XP as soon as you can.
Paul Ducklin checks the strength of the "proof"...
A brief reminder for Firefox users: version 25 is out.
As usual, there are some new and tweaked features, plus a fair number of security fixes.
Paul Ducklin takes a quick look...
Part Two of our examination of an IE exploit.
This is a great read if you want to get a feeling for how cybercrooks think. (Don't worry if you aren't technical: it's clear and jargon-free.)
Apple's OS X 10.9, better known as Mavericks, is officially out.
The burning question for OS X fans everywhere, of course, is, "Should I or shouldn't I?"
The latest IE zero-day explained.
This is a great read if you want to get a feeling for how cybercrooks think.
(Don't worry if you aren't technical: we've kept the code and jargon to a minimum.)