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Microsoft Issues 26 Bug Fixes for February

February 09, 2010 |
In this month’s Patch Tuesday, software giant Microsoft releases one of the largest bundles of security fixes ever, but not one for the latest zero-day.
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Microsoft's 'Reliability Update' Is Not So Reliable

February 09, 2010 |
One of several non-security updates is causing system crashes for some Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 users. What does Microsoft have for a solution?
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Buying Guide: Anti-Virus Software

February 05, 2010 |
Good anti-virus protection is a must, but which should you choose and how much--if anything--should you pay?
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13 Bug Fixes Coming on Patch Tuesday

February 04, 2010 |
Microsoft's February patch drop is a doozy with 13 patches planned for next week's monthly Patch Tuesday updates.
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Welcome to the New Security Daily Newsletter

February 04, 2010 |
In our new format, this newsletter enables you to start every work day with a single-page presentation of the critical security-related information that senior technology managers must have at their fingertips.
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Microsoft Warns Users of Black Hat Zero-Day

February 04, 2010 |
Microsoft warns users to protect themselves from a zero-day bug in Internet Explorer (IE) after it was disclosed Wednesday at the Black Hat hacking and security conference.
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Black Hat: Attack Can Turn IE Into a Public File Server

February 03, 2010 |
Old flaws with new attack vectors re-emerge for IE on Windows XP, but there is help for users.
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Flash Is at Risk, But It's Not All Adobe's Fault

February 01, 2010 |
Black Hat security researcher details flaws including XSS-like attacks -- and what Web site owners and developers can do to avoid them.
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ActiveTrak Targets the Enterprise

January 22, 2010 |
The theft recovery and data protection company with a near perfect record will soon add a new offering for enterprise customers.
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Microsoft Warns About 17-Year-Old Windows Bug

January 22, 2010 |
Who's at risk from virtual DOS vulnerability?
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Microsoft Ships Patch for Chinese Google Hack

January 21, 2010 |
But will a quick patch keep worried users from jumping ship?
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Verizon, McAfee Bolster Online Security

January 20, 2010 |
Companies boost online security by offering upgraded security suite for 9 million FiOS Internet and high-speed broadband customers.
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Apple Intros 2010's First Mac OS Security Update

January 20, 2010 |
Mac users get Flash, audio, and printing updates for some very serious security issues.
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Adobe Serves Up Critical Patch for Acrobat, Reader

January 13, 2010 |
Adobe finally released its cross-platform fixes for zero-day vulnerabilities in its popular Reader and Acrobat applications.
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Oracle Patches Two Dozen Flaws

January 13, 2010 |
First Oracle critical patch update of the year shows that databases are still very much at risk in 2010, though more so on Windows than on Linux.
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Patch Tuesday: One 'Critical' Fix and an Adobe Flash Warning

January 12, 2010 |
Microsoft shuts down one significant vulnerability in Windows 2000 SP4, while raising the flag on another old flaw -- this time, in Adobe Flash 6.
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Windows Will Become the Most Secure OS in History

January 11, 2010 |
Mike Elgan throws his hat in the ring with "20 Bad Tech Predictions for 2010."
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One Bug Fix Coming on Patch Tuesday

January 08, 2010 |
Tuesday's single patch is rated critical for Windows security--the highest level of Microsoft's four-tier security threat severity scale--only for Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4).
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Cyber Security: The Unhackable Cell Phone?

January 05, 2010 |
Gold Line says its Gold Lock 3G cell phone encryption system is unhackable--and they've offered a quarter of a million dollars in gold to anyone who can prove them wrong.
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Is First Service Pack for Windows 7 Pending?

January 05, 2010 |
Blogger spots signs SP1 may be coming soon.
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