DLL fix might still leave Windows users vulnerable. Plus: Bing encryption being considered; Google gets serious about mobile security.
Fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert snags some users. Plus: social network add-on -- for hackers; new SLA troubleshooting tool.
New report shows some real progress in killing Zbot. Plus: Adobe hides PDFs in the sandbox; U.S. talks with Aussies on security.
Should Microsoft revisit its patching frequency? Plus: Admins even busier, if they're tackling Adobe and Oracle fixes; IT study exposes IT security problems.
An out-of-band patch tries to catch hackers off-guard. Plus: Symantec looks more closely at Stuxnet; Twitter bug gives Microsoft the jitters.
Fix for ASP.NET flaw released. Plus: Symantec's reputation-based security rests on Ubiquity. Microsoft's consumer antivirus now being offered to SMBs.
Symantec alerts Microsoft Security Essentials users that "scareware" is out there. Plus: a potential flaw in ASP.NET; HTML5 security.
Microsoft marks 9 fixes in the ninth month. Plus: A zero-day PDF and (possibly one for IE8) flaw makes news.
Plus: A new IBM study ranks the vulnerability rate of vendors.
A flaw with curious name, "binary planting," grows out of iTunes on Windows. There's a workaround for that.
Plus: Security Essentials 2 beta releases this week; XP 2 security trick; Facebook scams growing.
Plus: Adobe readies Reader patch; Google engineer may get formal recognition for Windows flaws.
Microsoft releases fix early due to exploits out in the wild. Plus: Microsoft, Adobe team up on flaw research; IE 8 privacy controls handling debated.
Amped up 'responsible disclosure' gets toned down to 'coordinated vulnerability disclosure.' Plus: Redmond won't pay for bugs, and hacking has its own rewards.
Stuxnet is on the attack. Plus: old-school encryption makes a comeback; sniffing out threats, more.