Security provider offers software that lets companies create a white list for approved software and blocks everything else.
The four major Web browsers join several Apple and Microsoft programs on Bit9's "Dirty Dozen" list of applications with severe bugs.
Tom Murphy, chief strategy officer for Bit9, talks with CNET's Robert Vamosi about white listing.
Many enterprise and government PCs are filled with unauthorized software, including malware, according to the results of a new survey from Bit9.
One company, Bit9, is predicting that every desktop will soon only allow known good files to load, instead of using resources to block unknown files.
Open-source Firefox reports all holes, putting it at the top of the list for bug reports, while Adobe replaces Microsoft in the second spot, reports find.
Ten years after September 11, Americans are safer but would benefit from a civil liberties commission, former U.S. cybersecurity and counterterrorism advisor says.
As malware seems to be proliferating at an alarming rate, security vendors appear ready to rethink their approach to blocking code that may be harmful to your PC.
A look at two lists of the most insecure applications and using them to chose applications that DropMyRights should run in restricted mode.