Windows Security: Archive: October 2010 

Adobe Warns of Another 'Critical' PDF Vulnerability

Adobe Systems says this latest security flaw is being exploited by hackers to take over control of computers running its popular PDF viewing application.

5 Useful New Open Source Security Apps

Our colleagues at Datamation pulled together a list of "50 Awesome Open Source Apps You've (Probably) Never Heard Of." Among them, we found some valuable computer security assets.

Microsoft Patches Nearly 50 Security Holes

In what is certainly one of the largest patch releases in Microsoft's history, the company released some 49 bug fixes on Tuesday.

Microsoft Promises Busy Patch Tuesday Next Week

Apparently there will be no let up in the need to patch security flaws in Microsoft's products as the company readies another big batch of bug fixes for October.

Review: MXI Stealth ZONE

Security features are robust in this fast, efficient "secure USB desktop" from MXI, which uses an encrypted flash drive with speedy BlueFly processor to boot a PC-adapted, IT-customized Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard image.

Symantec's New Mobile Security, Management Strategy

Aiming to extend its offerings from the PC to the mobile sphere, Symantec has announced a new mobile security and management strategy that encompasses solutions for enterprises, consumers and communication service providers.