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An executive confirms Google has no plans to fix a security hole in the default browser for older versions of Android, which around 60 percent of all Android users rely on.
While Microsoft has yet to issue a permanent patch for a known exploit, the code could become widely available to cybercriminals after being integrated into an open-source testing tool.
Researchers say a previously unknown hole in IE has already been used to deliver a trojan in real-world attacks.
With no fix available yet, Microsoft has a few words of wisdom for users who don't want to be bit by the newly-discovered bug.
While Windows, OS X, and Linux platforms may be affected, this effort is a crude and easily detectable attempt.
A Java exploit that is actively being distributed among hackers allows easy and undetectable access to systems running OSes including Windows, Linux, and OS X.
Pure Hacking's Gordon Maddern, a tech security writer, has uncovered a zero-day vulnerability affecting Mac users of the popular chat platform Skype.
Software giant details how its researchers will handle vulnerability reports affecting software from other companies and says it will coordinate multi-vendor reporting.
Patch Tuesday for March will include a "critical" bulletin affecting Windows and "important" bulletins for Windows and Office.
The software maker says that it is looking into an issue that may leave many Windows programs subject to an attack mechanism known as DLL preloading, or binary planting.