Web browsers and applications
- January 28, 2005
Desktop configuration vendor AutoProf has given itself a makeover to become DesktopStandard Corp.
- December 02, 2004
Microsoft caught many by surprise on Wednesday with a security patch for the IFRAME vulnerability in Internet Explorer.
- December 02, 2004
Columnist Jonathan Hassell shares what he thinks are the three most-needed fixes for Windows, and offers tips for protecting your systems from security breaches until those fixes are made.
- December 01, 2004
Microsoft offers workarounds for the Windows Internet Name Service vulnerability. Meanwhile, another IE security hole has been reported.
- November 23, 2004
Experts recommend IE users switch to another browser or disable Active Scripting to guard against infected ad banners exploiting the IFRAME vulnerability.
- November 18, 2004
Attackers can exploit Internet Explorer holes to bypass a security feature in XP SP2, tricking users into downloading malicious files.
- November 15, 2004
Will Firefox be a bigger target if more people embrace it as an alternative to Internet Explorer? IT security experts offer mixed views.
- November 10, 2004
The software maker's November security bulletin doesn't cover the Internet Explorer IFRAME flaw that three new Mydoom variants have exploited.
- November 03, 2004
A boundary error in Internet Explorer can be used to launch malicious code, according to security firm Secunia.
- October 21, 2004
The code targets one of the latest Microsoft flaws. But don't worry, a security expert says, there are workarounds.
- October 05, 2004
In the first of a two-part interview, security luminary Bruce Schneier talked about the "hype" of Windows XP SP2 and explains why it's "foolish" to use Internet Explorer.
- September 29, 2004
Good policy enforcement can prevent Internet misuse and lawsuits.
- September 17, 2004
In part one of this three-part series, author Wes Noonan addresses data security issues associated with a porous network perimeter, and explains why removing the perimeter is not the solution.