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Worms and holes and exploits, oh my

Software flaws keep adding up, but so do the fixes. The question is, are you quick enough to keep up?

Security
Software flaws keep adding up, but so do the fixes. The question is, are you quick enough to keep up?

Sober code cracked

Antivirus firms crack an algorithm that was being used by the worm to "communicate" with its author.
December 9, 2005

eBay halts auction of Excel flaw

Bidding stopped on sale of information about software security hole, which Microsoft says it is investigating.
December 9, 2005

Symantec hopes to deliver antivirus online

Will slowly move toward supplying consumer applications, like Norton Antivirus and Norton Utilities, as a service.
December 8, 2005

Sony fixes security hole in CDs, again

Princeton researchers warn against using latest copy protection software patch, leading the label to work on a new fix.
December 8, 2005

Unpatched Firefox 1.5 exploit made public

A flaw in the open-source browser's history.dat file potentially puts users at risk of a DoS attack.
December 8, 2005

Survey: Most home PC users lack security

"Far too many people still lack the three fundamental protections they need to stay safe online."
December 7, 2005
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