Some software vendors are taking too long to fix flaws in their products so the Zero Day Initiative is giving them a deadline for the first time.
CNET dives into the colorful history of the China-based company and its attempts to get into the U.S. market, and where it stands now.
Researcher says he's got more serious vulnerabilities to unveil.
Google is putting its money where its browser is, betting £12,500 that hackers can't breach Chrome.
New bug-fixing deadline for software makers will mean quicker turnaround time on releasing security patches and better protection for consumers and corporations, experts say.
Let bygones be bygones, some companies say, while Mideast nations ban BlackBerry. Also: Net neutrality dead?
All four drop like flies in hacking contest that takes researchers weeks or more to prepare for, but just minutes to win.
Google follows Mozilla in launching program to pay researchers who find bugs, but critics say it won't necessarily pay off.
Cumulative Internet Explorer bulletin affects current Windows versions, including Windows 7.