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Apple Fixes Pwn2own OS X Vulnerability

April 16, 2010 |
The company addresses a security hole first uncovered by Charlie Miller last month, and provides some details about what had been at risk.
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Oracle Updates Java for Critical Vulnerability

April 16, 2010 |
Days after a major security update, Oracle issues another patch for a critical Java flaw.
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Oracle Updates Solaris (and Everything Else) for Security

April 14, 2010 |
Oracle's quarterly patch update integrates Sun technology for the first time and patches 47 vulnerabilities in total.
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Ford Offers In-Car Wireless Security

April 14, 2010 |
The automaker has announced a range of enhanced SYNC functionality--and new in-car security features--for the 2011 model year.
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Microsoft Issues Five 'Critical' Patches

April 13, 2010 |
In a busy 'Patch Tuesday', Microsoft fixed 25 security flaws--mostly in Windows--with its latest patch drop, even fixing a nasty zero-day in the Help system.
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Microsoft's Patch Tuesday to Fix Five 'Critical' Security Holes

April 09, 2010 |
Microsoft prepares for another big drop of patches, but don't worry. It won't be as large as some recent Patch Tuesday events, though Microsoft is addressing a lingering bug from early March.
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Adobe Readies Security Update Service for Reader, Acrobat

April 09, 2010 |
Next week Adobe Systems will put its new updater service to the test when it releases the latest security updates for its popular Reader and Acrobat apps.
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Laptop Data Theft Exposes Patient Info

April 08, 2010 |
A stolen notebook PC -- containing the unencrypted data of thousands of patients -- underlines a need for stronger laptop security measures.
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Apple Updates QuickTime for 16 Security Vulnerabilities

April 05, 2010 |
A big security update for QuickTime and iTunes affects both Windows and Mac users.
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Mozilla Rushes Out Firefox 3.6.3 to Fix Pwn2own Hack

April 02, 2010 |
A new update comes on the heels of yet another Pwn2own exploit, along with a promise of patches for older Firefox versions, as well.
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Google Warns of New Malware Targeting Vietnamese Activists

March 31, 2010 |
In the midst of its standoff with China over censorship, Google details hackers' activity designed to set up a botnet and launch a cyber attack against a very specific target.
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Data Theft Trojans, Black Market Cybercrime Tools on the Rise

March 31, 2010 |
Panda Security's latest report says banker Trojans represent more that 60 percent of new cyber security threats, while traditional viruses are making a comeback.
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Microsoft Issues Out-of-Band Internet Explorer Security Patch

March 30, 2010 |
Microsoft fixes a gaping security hole in Internet Explorer 6 and 7, plus tosses in fixes for nine other critical security flaws in the same out-of-band patch.
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Apple Fixes 53 Security Vulnerabilities in Mac OS X

March 30, 2010 |
New Mac 10.6.3 update addresses a long list of security and stability issues.
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Microsoft to Patch Bugs in IE6 and IE7

March 30, 2010 |
Microsoft will ship a patch that fixes a new zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer 6 and 7, driven by the urgency of attacks in the wild--so who's at risk this time?
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Microsoft: IE's Defense in Depth Not Fool-Proof

March 30, 2010 |
Microsoft touts 'defense in depth' as an effective deterrent after a white hat hacker last week demonstrated a complete takeover of Windows 7 running Internet Explorer 8.
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IE8, Firefox, Safari, and iPhone Fall to Pwn2own Hackers

March 25, 2010 |
As expected, security researchers found exploits in all of the targeted platforms in a contest that put browser security to the test.
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Purloined PC Results in Data Theft for Thousands of Students

March 24, 2010 |
More than 7,000 Vanderbilt University students had their personal information compromised last month after a thief made off with a professor's desktop computer.
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Pwn2Own Hackers Try to Take Down Browsers

March 24, 2010 |
This year's hacking contest will put Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox on the firing line. Should we be worried?
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Mozilla Scrambles to Close Firefox Vulnerability

March 23, 2010 |
Mozilla patches a critical flaw that a few weeks ago it doubted even existed.
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