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Michael Chait - ALL ARTICLES - 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.
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
Worm Gives a Slap in the Face
September 16, 2002
Slapper worm takes off, infecting systems in over 100 countries over the weekend.
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.
9/11 Worm Can't Squirm
September 11, 2002
Concerns about September 11th-themed worm fade on word that 'Chet' is a dud.
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.
'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.
New Active-X Vulnerability Discovered
August 29, 2002
A newly discovered vulnerability in many versions of Microsoft OS could leave you vulnerable to DoS.
New Flaws Discovered on IE, Office
August 23, 2002
Six new flaws were discovered in Microsoft Internet Explorer that could leave your computer vulnerable.
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.
More Vulnerabilities for Microsoft
July 25, 2002
Security experts discover new flaws in SQL Server, Exchange Server and Metadirectory Services.
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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