Out-of-band updates from Microsoft and Oracle address critical zero-day flaws.
Microsoft's first patch Tuesday update of 2013 is now out and it's likely to be followed up by an out-of-band update for IE soon.
TURKTRUST joins the list of exploited vulnerable certificate authorities as Google, Microsoft and Mozilla take action.
Mouse cursor movements can be tracked even if the Internet Explorer window is inactive.
Most mobile browsers fail to display SSL or TLS indicators.
The software successfully protected against only 64 percent of zero-day malware attacks.
Give the company an e-mail address, and they'll send you a valid product key.
While Windows 8 raises the bar on Windows security, it's not immune from Microsoft's monthly patch cycle.
Instead of relying on users, new technology from Quarri Technologies automatically delivers secure, policy-based Web browsing from a server.