Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Warns of 'nation-state' risks.
Malware Protection Engine to blame.
Full, simple authentication bypass.
Still no sign of the rest of its fixes.
Wide deployment increases severity.
No more security patches coming.
Flaw reported to Microsoft in 1997...
Years-old back-door API finally closed.
Just like it did back in 2013, in fact.
All major browsers fall to researchers.
Serious security flaw in crypto library.
Security fix unlikely to appear before May.
Joins Twitter, Facebook and Apple in victim list.
The code required to exploit the recently disclosed vulnerability in the Windows RDP service has been leaked.
Microsoft has launched a limited beta of its next edition of Security Essentials for Windows.
Microsoft has confirmed a vulnerability affecting all versions of Windows, with no fix yet in place.
Pwn2Own - long a staple of the CanSecWest security conference - is putting more than half of its prize fund towards exploits in popular smartphone platforms.
Tripwire Interactive has responded to Gearbox's claims that Valve is using Steam to exploit smaller developers.
Microsoft has confirmed a zero-day vulnerability in its PowerPoint application that can allow remote code execution when an affected file is opened.
Microsoft has released the list of what patches to expect this Tuesday, and there's just a single entry - an unknown flaw marked as 'Critical'.
Microsoft has issued a bulletin announcing an as-yet unpatched hole in its SQL Server database software which can lead to remote code execution.
Microsoft has released a security bulletin detailing a major security hole in all versions of Internet Explorer, which allows for remote code execution - and there's no fix as yet.
Research carried out by RISE Security shows that the popular Eee PC is vulnerable to attack via an outdated copy of the Samba package that is activated by default.
Researchers at Trend Micro have discovered an eBay esque site where clients can buy exploits and viruses. Vista exploits are being sold for as high as $50,000!
Microsoft has made the bold move to invite hackers to Las Vegas to test Vista. A clever scheme or a big mistake?
The ugly file exploit raises its head again, as Microsoft patches Internet Explorer versions in Windows Millenium and 2000. Noobs running ME rejoice.
They say cheaters never prosper, but we all know that's complete bunk. In fact, if it wasn't for cheating I'd probably have stopped playing games a long time ago.