The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has found a security hole in Safari, with which a hacker could run arbitrary code at the privilege level of the current user account if the victim visits a malicious Web page.
Creator of PhoneSnoop program that can be used to eavesdrop on BlackBerry calls releases a new program to help protect users from stealth spyware apps.
A "highly critical," unspecified hole in the graphical user interface client for the German company's ERP software can cause IE to crash in an exploitable manner, advisories warn.
A distributed-denial-of-service attack peaked some 33 percent higher than last year's Spamhaus attack, the previous DDoS record-holder.
A vulnerability in the Java software has the potential to affect a wide swath of computer users, and researchers warn that it's already being exploited "in the wild."
Certain printers made by the company have a hardcoded account that leaves them open to incursions.
Following my recent outlining of a procedure for monitoring LaunchAgents, the Luxembourg CIRC created an easy-to-use setup utility that handles the procedure for you.
The US-CERT is warning of a security threat in a protocol that's supposed to make it easier to set up a protected Wi-Fi network.
Certain HTC smartphones may expose Wi-Fi passwords due to a bug. The company is addressing the problem through a regular update and a manual patch.
Researchers have independently developed and made available two tools that exploit the recently discovered flaw in a protocol used to set up secure wireless routers.