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Microsoft Goes Off-Cycle for 'Critical' IE Patch

February 02, 2004 |
The world's most popular browser gets an urgent update to plug several known security holes.
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IE Patch Could Disrupt E-Commerce

January 30, 2004 |
A planned fix for URL spoofing browser flaws could return error messages on Web sites that use clear text to authenticate user names and passwords.
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'MyDoom' Variant Blocking Ad Servers

January 29, 2004 |
Virus could result in under-delivery of online campaigns.
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Microsoft to Strike IE URL Passwords

January 29, 2004 |
The browser will be modified to fix a known URL-spoofing flaw used by Web scammers.
  • New IE Download Spoof Found
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    Gov't Rolls Out Cyber Alert System

    January 28, 2004 |
    The federal government's cyber security division unveils a new unit to serve as a clearinghouse of data on malicious hacking and virus threats against computer systems.
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    'Bagle' Virus Threat Upgraded

    January 20, 2004 |
    New e-mail virus includes a backdoor component which could allow an attacker to execute malicious code on infected systems.
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    Windows Patch Management, Introduction

    January 15, 2004 |
    Advancements in patch management have made it easier to keep Windows environments secure. We kick off our Windows Patch Management series with some recent history about patch-related technologies and an overview of general patch management concepts.
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    Microsoft Issues 3 Patches; IE Fix Delayed

    January 13, 2004 |
    UPDATE: First major patch of the year includes three big fixes, but five 'extremely critical' holes in Internet Explorer are pending.
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    Exploring Windows 2003 Security: IP Security

    January 09, 2004 |
    Tutorial: Discover the improvements made to IPSec on Windows Server 2003 and get caught up with a general overview of the technology.
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    AntiOnline Security Spotlight: The Evils of Default Security

    January 08, 2004 |
    Are 'hardened by default' systems lulling computer users into a false sense of security?
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    Blaster Worm Still Active; Removal Tool Released

    January 07, 2004 |
    Tardy home users with unpatched systems are the main culprits.
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    Microsoft Responds to Latest IM Worm

    January 05, 2004 |

    Following the latest public instant messaging security woe, Redmond cautions continued vigilance.

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    Report: Web Services, ID Management Key to Apps Security

    January 05, 2004 |
    Federated identity management will become a core of the application and network platform, according to a new report.
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    MSN Messenger Worm Making Rounds

    January 02, 2004 |
    Jitux.A worm uses the popular IM network to spread itself.
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    Some Microsoft IE Digital Certificates Near Expiration

    December 31, 2003 |
    Is the discovery a harmless oversight or a sign that browser development and security are not high priorities in Redmond?
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    More Wi-Fi Means More Attacks

    December 22, 2003 |
    The monitoring of the air at the Wi-Fi Planet Conference revealed fewer security attacks over all, but far more than before that were successful.
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    (Sober) Mutant Starts to Squirm

    December 22, 2003 |
    Mass-mailing worm comes with a German flavor and puts new PC users at higher risk.
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    Open Source IE Patch Has a Glitch

    December 19, 2003 |
    OpenWares issues its own fix, and a faulty one at that, for a URL-spoofing vulnerability in Microsoft's browser.
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    Study Finds Fewer Flaws in Open-source Code

    December 16, 2003 |
    Software inspection firm Reasoning says MySQL source code contained fewer flaws than its commercial counterparts. But others question Reasoning's reasoning.
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    Linux in the Security Crosshairs

    December 12, 2003 |
    Experts say breaches at two popular Linux projects underscore one important fact: security affects everyone.
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