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  • March 23, 2006 23 Mar'06

    Surveillance exposes malware that comes back from the dead

    By using test machines to surf questionable Web sites, one vendor has found malware that outsmarts today's defenses, often by recreating itself after being deleted.

  • March 06, 2006 06 Mar'06

    Rooting out a rootkit

    As if you didn't have enough to worry about with all the viruses, worms and spyware dilemmas plaguing your Windows environment -- now you have to think about rootkits. In this Windows Security learning center, learn everything you need to know about...

  • February 23, 2006 23 Feb'06

    IT pros: We can't stop every threat

    Mergers, staff shortages and fast tech deployments mean some security incidents probably went undetected last year, a recent survey found, and many fear it will happen again.

  • February 21, 2006 21 Feb'06

    Learning Guide: End-user education

    With changes occurring so frequently in the computer world, especially the world of computer security, it is difficult for anybody outside of the IT industry to keep up with all of the latest security information that they need. That's where the ...

  • January 19, 2006 19 Jan'06

    Microsoft confirms Windows Wi-Fi flaw

    However, until a rollup patch is released, the software giant said Tuesday that users can take basic steps to protect themselves from the Windows wireless vulnerability.

  • January 16, 2006 16 Jan'06

    Experts fear big implications for Windows flaw

    Security experts warn Windows managers to deploy MS06-003 quickly as latest vulnerability could have enormous impact for Exchange and Outlook.

  • January 10, 2006 10 Jan'06

    Security Blog Wire: Plenty of opinions on WMF patching

    Though Microsoft decided to release its WMF patch early, debate raged this week among bloggers over whether the danger warranted the use of third-party fixes.

  • January 06, 2006 06 Jan'06

    Microsoft defends handling of WMF patch

    Despite some grumbling from IT professionals, Microsoft officials say the WMF patch was released in record time.

  • January 05, 2006 05 Jan'06

    WMF patch release: Fiddling while users burn?

    Security experts agree that a large-scale exploit is highly possible while users wait for next week's WMF patch release.

  • January 04, 2006 04 Jan'06

    Will Sober strike this Thursday?

    Jan. 5 is the day security researchers believe the prolific worm family will launch its next assault. Even if nothing happens this week, the threat may not be over.

  • January 03, 2006 03 Jan'06

    New WMF worm in wild; unofficial fixes circulating

    While Microsoft works on an official patch, independent researchers are releasing their own fixes for a variety of exploits that compromise computers via a hole in the way Windows systems handle images.

  • November 29, 2005 29 Nov'05

    Winning the enterprise antispyware beauty contest

    All eyes will be on Microsoft's enterprise class security software when it begins its trial run sometime before the end of this year. The competition from other vendors is stiff. What will make IT managers sit up and take notice?

  • November 22, 2005 22 Nov'05

    Microsoft warns of Windows memory flaw

    Proof-of-concept code is publicly available to exploit a memory allocation flaw in Windows, Microsoft warned Thursday.

  • November 22, 2005 22 Nov'05

    Exploit code targets IE memory corruption flaw

    Update: Security experts warn of proof-of-concept code for a memory corruption flaw in Internet Explorer. One firm recommends disabling Active Scripting, and explains how.

  • November 18, 2005 18 Nov'05

    Multiple new Sober variants spy on passwords

    AV firms say the latest Sober worms drop malicious files onto the computers to fetch access codes.

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