Michael Chait - Article Archives - Page 1

Critical Flaws Affront Microsoft's FrontPage

September 26, 2002
The software giant warns that a vulnerability in its FrontPage Extension Server could allow an attacker to crash your servers or run any code.
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Microsoft Virtual Machine Has Real Problem

September 19, 2002
Having Java applets running on Windows could allow an attacker to hijack your system.Microsoft Critics Lambaste XP-SP1
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Worm Gives a Slap in the Face

September 16, 2002
Slapper worm takes off, infecting systems in over 100 countries over the weekend.
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Will Users of Word 97 'Bug' Out?

September 13, 2002
Microsoft is looking to fix a long-standing 'bugging' vulnerability in Word, but if you're running Word 97, you may be out of luck.
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9/11 Worm Can't Squirm

September 11, 2002
Concerns about September 11th-themed worm fade on word that 'Chet' is a dud.
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I've Been Framed

September 9, 2002
New vulnerability discovered in IE could allow attackers to compromise your computer through a Web site's frames.
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'Pretty Good' Isn't Good Enough

September 6, 2002
A new vulnerability in the omnipresent PGP encryption software could allow hackers to take over your computer.
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New Active-X Vulnerability Discovered

August 29, 2002
A newly discovered vulnerability in many versions of Microsoft OS could leave you vulnerable to DoS.
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New Flaws Discovered on IE, Office

August 23, 2002
Six new flaws were discovered in Microsoft Internet Explorer that could leave your computer vulnerable.
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Microsoft Exterminates More Bugs on Office XP

August 21, 2002
The software giant releases SP2 to fix many flaws plaguing its latest version of the Office software suite.
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More Vulnerabilities for Microsoft

July 25, 2002
Security experts discover new flaws in SQL Server, Exchange Server and Metadirectory Services.
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Worm Exploits Apache Flaw

July 2, 2002
Two weeks after a warning that a flaw on the popular Apache Web server application could leave servers vulnerable, security experts are trying to decode a worm exploiting the flaw.
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