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Banner day for attacks?

Security experts warn of banner ads with a bad attitude--and a link to malicious code. Also: Phishers, be gone.

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Security experts warn of banner ads with a bad attitude--and a link to malicious code. Also: Phishers, be gone.

Attackers strike using Web ads

Online intruders hit a server owned by advertising host Falk and use it to distribute a destructive program via banner ads.
November 22, 2004

Browser promises to fend off phishers

Update to free browser will warn people if a Web site looks like a phishing scam, its maker says.
November 22, 2004

Sober worm variant shimmies

New version of mass-mailing worm promises German speakers pictures of a naked go-go dancer seeking employment.
November 19, 2004

Skulls program kills cell phone apps

For some phones infected by the Trojan, the only real fix is a hard reset, which wipes all user data from the device.
November 19, 2004

Air Force turns to Microsoft for network security

update A consolidated contract, valued at $500 million over six years, aims to simplify and protect Air Force networks.
November 19, 2004

Updated AOL focuses on security

update The revamped software for AOL's proprietary online service tackles spam and other Internet security issues.
November 18, 2004

Following trend, Oracle sets schedule for patches

Releases dates of quarterly bulletins for 2005 to allow companies to better plan system updates.
November 18, 2004

More security hiccups for IE

Researchers have found a trio of flaws in Internet Explorer--making almost 20 in total.
November 17, 2004

Microsoft's answer to phishing: Two IDs

Banks aren't moving fast enough on requiring online customers to provide two forms of ID, the company says.
November 17, 2004

Caught in a phishing trap

Rise in online identity fraud has companies on the hook: Educate customers or lose them.
November 17, 2004
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