A sample of one week's newly discovered vulnerabilities can keep hackers busy and security experts on their toes.
Plus, tracking sand out of JRE apps; greeting card hacks; RealPlayer BOV
Alleged insider trader might have case dismissed on hackneyed technicalit. Plus, China invades South Korea; Canadian phishing expedition goes global; more.
BIG-IP, BEA WebLogic threats require insider knowledge; Veritas, Sybase BOVs; more
Old QuickTime flaw points to problems with 'barnacleware.' Plus: Adobe Acrobat BOV, and Blackberry-hating in the UK.
Small number of hackers may try it, but won't get far. Plus: Banners ads that attack; remote robbery; fixing your Google rep; more.
Microsoft likes to think its OS is locked down. It's true to a point. Plus: Skype flaw not that dangerous; social hacking; more.
Criminals will look for easier ways to steal your ID and money than this particular attack scenario. Plus: logic bomber gets slammed; data breach law covers medical records.
Also: Chinese bloggers get DDOS'd; Microsoft does its part to warn users on legacy file support; Sears doesn't come clean on privacy.
Here's a Flash flaw that'd be too much work for crooks to deploy. Plus, trusting your free e-mail; e-greeting cards are soooo personal; more.
Some believe the British Olympic canoeing team was a target of Chinese hackers. Plus: data center goes kablooey; Trojan nabs banking info; more
Anonymity systems may not be so anonymous, after all. Plus: Google and Symantec screw up; hacker gets jail time; village wants to digitally disappear.
Plus: SonicWALL exposes VPN; Microsoft kills 'kill switch'; ESPN sports bad code; more.
Buffer overflow again hits Microsoft's Jet Database Engine. Plus: Monster.com goes down; bad SMS causes big stink.
Plus: Microsoft updates without your knowledge; deactivating Vista; e-mail as private data.