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Cybersecurity officials are busy issuing warnings as researchers keep disclosing new holes in software used to manage systems at utilities and other industrial plants.
Federal cybersecurity group issues warnings about tools that could be used to attack critical infrastructure systems like power companies and utilities, following release of exploits.
Company says it is investigating a publicly published exploit code that allegedly could lead to computers running versions 6 or 7 of the browser getting compromised.
Flaw exposes the browsers to attackers who potentially can hijack browser functions by substituting a legitimate link with one of an attacker's choice.
Software giant says flaw is a "reliability issue with no security risk to customers" and criticizes researcher for not contacting the company.
The companies are being quite paternalistic about withholding details of updates to the G1, the first phone to run Google's mobile operating system. Should I lighten up?
Jailbreaker Claims Flaw Can Crash Any iPhone
A security researcher holds off on releasing exploit after talks with Google, the only company to respond to complaints about SSL implementations.
Security team for Google's nascent open-source mobile platform has attempted to raise its profile with the security community.
Future vulnerability disclosures should benefit from Dan Kaminsky's responsible handling of Tuesday's DNS flaw.