Microsoft is scrambling to fix a bug in its SharePoint 2007 groupware after a Swiss firm abruptly released code that could be used in an attack.
Stories by Robert McMillan
Microsoft has re-released a buggy update that didn't properly protect some of its Windows 2000 users from a security flaw.
Hoping to lure the Facebook and Twitter crowds, Microsoft introduced its Kin mobile phones Monday.
Oracle has moved Solaris onto its quarterly security patch schedule, meaning users of the Sun Microsystems operating system will now know months in advance when they will be getting security updates.
Security researcher Jeremy Conway says he has discovered a way to spread malicious code across PDF documents on a victim's computer.
Hackers have hit on a new way to break into computers: by attacking the firmware used in networking cards.
How will we ever get a leg up on hackers who are infecting computers worldwide? Microsoft's security chief laid out several suggestions Tuesday, including a possible Internet usage tax to pay for the inspection and quarantine of machines.
The hackers who broke into Google two months ago have gone after more than 100 companies, according to an estimate by security vendor Isec Partners.
If you haven't changed the default password on your home router, you may be in for an unwanted visit from Chuck Norris -- the Chuck Norris botnet, that is.
In an effort to boost sales, sellers of a fake antivirus product known as Live PC Care are offering their victims live technical support.
A hard-to-detect rootkit may be causing Windows XP systems to crash following Microsoft's latest security updates.
A Chinese man was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in a U.S. prison this week for trafficking in counterfeit Cisco Systems gear.
The dangerous Internet Explorer attack code used in last month's attack on Google's corporate networks is now public.
For US$34, a new cloud-based hacking service can crack a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) network password in just 20 minutes, its creator says.
A hacker has posted attack code that could be used to break into a PC running older versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
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