November just gets patchier and patchier. Plus: Exchange 2010 gets a security component; vendors tackle absentee security; more.
For some, the move to the new OS from Vista is taking a little longer than expected. Plus: Microsoft reaches for cloud compliance; lazy hackers hit clickjackpot.
Plus: Firefox opens up to .NET; gauging Security Essentials' enterprise chances.
Plus: researcher blames Hotmail password thefts on botnets, not phishing; Adobe joins Tuesday patch brigade.
Numerous Hotmail users got some unwanted exposure over the past weekend. Plus, SQL injection attacks are making a quiet return.
Plus: an SMB flaw stopgap measure; Security Essentials on the release horizon.
Alert Mr. Obvious! The Internet exposes enterprise computing to major threats. Plus: What Microsoft plans to do about server, Web threats.
Microsoft investigates potential FTP flaw that can have admins breaking out in high fever. Plus: Live Messenger users to be forced to upgrade; RSA outlines guides for securing virtual environments.
Software from the biggest software company in the world is bound to be used by hackers for nefarious reasons. Plus: Redmond, Sophos scrap on security; ScanSafe survey finds more companies banning Facebook, Twitter.
Plus: Adobe Reader exploits growing; Twitter tweets on attacks; ACLU dismayed at White House cookie plans.
Plus: Cybersecurity czar quits; drama in the ATL; semper Facebook.
Plus: Microsoft's security initiative comes out from under the hat; Office in a sandbox.
Plus: Windows 7 security baseline guide; Adobe installer flaw; U.S. still ranks in spam origination.
Plus: What Microsoft knew about ActiveX flaws; what makes ActiveX flaws like 'Conficker'; Twitter gets down
Plus: hackers aren't letting up on DirectShow; Microsoft helps defend against XSS; Apple and Mozilla work on patches.