Plus: Microsoft cozies up to Russia, China on security; virtualization's security shortcomings.
Plus: Developer ignoring DEP and ASLR at peril; what the global 'spamscape' looks like.
Big targets are always easy to hit. Perhaps no company in the modern age of commerce knows this better than Microsoft.
Plus: XP Service Pack 2 support set to expire, Adobe's newest patch is only a drop in the bucket.
Plus: Ten for June's Patch Tuesday; MS responds to Google Banning Windows; Adobe encounters another critical security flaw.
Google leg sweeps at Microsoft's OS. Plus: Adobe eyes a monthly patch cycle; Facebook privacy still big issue; Microsoft security bigwig pens security guide.
Pesky rootkit looks like it's getting refined for attacks. More secure features for Hotmail; Microsoft, Defense Dept. go on offense.
Attackers now patching systems to allow for better attacks. Plus: Microsoft Office and Google Apps go toe-t-toe on security; insider threats growing, says report.
Plus: McAfee explains patching problem; what security concerns make you lose sleep?; Patching in the dark.
Two new off-cycle patches follow the usual Patch Tuesday release. Plus: Looking to third-party app security.
Plus: Symantec details global Internet threats; Metasploit 'sells out'; Conficker rumbles.
This month is among the busiest, with patches coming from Microsoft, Adobe and others. Plus: Black Hat Tech Con tackles Web-originated attacks; looking for motives in the cyberspying world.
With April's planned patch releases, Microsoft sets pace to exceed 2009's fixes. Plus: Conficker, a year later; how you set admin rights may be key to overall security, says one vendor.
Microsoft's browser takes center stage at Pwn2Own contest. Plus: yet another vendor takes on patch management, and fixing Windows 64-bit.
The Jericho Forum proposes security vendors self-assess and certify their security capabilities. Plus: Microsoft might release IE off-cycle update; Koobface shows itself, again.