Narrow your search
Patch addresses vulnerability in Windows that could allow attackers to take hold of a user's computer and launch code remotely.
Results of a survey by Ubuntu sponsor Canonical and analyst firm RedMonk say the Linux version is ready for the enterprise. Look out Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, and Novell.
Efforts to tone down annoying warning prompts in the OS could open the door to attacks, some say. Microsoft, meanwhile, says the changes should make things more secure when it comes to real-world use.
Oracle and other big vendors continue to consume customer dollars with minimal innovation. This letter is indication that customers are going to demand the value they expect and deserve.
Company says the vulnerabilities could potentially allow a malicious attacker to take control of a person's system and execute arbitrary code.
Software maker says a fix is coming on Patch Tuesday for an unspecified hole in various operating-system versions that could allow a hacker to gain control of a computer remotely.
Open-source software developer releases an update that addresses vulnerabilities of users' sensitive information in Firefox, Thunderbird, and SeaMonkey.
Faced with malicious attackers exploiting Internet Explorer, Redmond releases a critical security patch outside its normal cycle.
Microsoft issues warning of a nefarious Internet Explorer 7 exploit that is making the rounds, which carries the potential of installing malware onto users' computers.
Redmond issues eight patches that affect Visual Basic 6, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, Windows Search, SharePoint, and Windows Media Components.