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Twitter users have been subjected to attack from a phishing gang operating out of China looking to harvest usernames and passwords, according to reports.
A security researcher has unveiled a simple attack that leaves Symbian S60 smartphone handsets unable to receive SMS or MMS messages until factory reset.
After a security researcher posted proof-of-concept code to a mailing list, Microsoft has publicly denied that a flaw in Windows Media Player can lead to remote code execution.
Microsoft has issued a bulletin announcing an as-yet unpatched hole in its SQL Server database software which can lead to remote code execution.
Mozilla has released an update for the popular Firefox web browser which addresses several security flaws deemed 'critical'.
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.
Security firm Chapin Information Services has published the result of an investigation into the security of password management in popular web browsers - and it makes depressing reading.
Apple has updated its support site with a suggestion that users of Mac OS X employ some form of anti-virus defence in the wake of several Mac-based trojans.
Another security flaw has been discovered in Windows Vista, this time allowing for a buffer overflow in the networking subsystem to overwrite kernel memory.
A pair of security researchers are to give a presentation at PacSec this week demonstrating a method of cracking WPA wireless encryption in under fifteen minutes.
A major security flaw has been discovered in the latest versions of Apple's iTunes and QuickTime, and thus far there is neither a patch nor a workaround available.
The BusinessWeek website has succumbed to an attack that sees the site attempting to install malicious code on visitors' PCs.
The news has come down from Steve Jobs himself that the application blacklist discovered hidden in the iPhone is very real - but will only be used against 'malicious' apps.
A presentation demonstrating major security weaknesses in the MiFare Classic-based CharlieCard RFID system has been gagged via court order this weekend.
The US Department of Justice announced on Tuesday that it has indicted eleven individuals believed to have been involved in the penetration of networks owned by TJX.
A flaw in the popular Photobucket photo-sharing site opened up private albums to anyone capable of guessing a filename has been patched, according to a security researcher.
A zero-day security flaw shared with its previous generation brother, and discovered just five hours after the download was made available, mars the launch of Firefox 3.0.
CardSpace, the authentication system provided with .NET Framework 3.0, suffers from the same security shortcomings as its predecessor according to a German research team.
A flaw in versions of Adobe Flash Player prior to the latest release allows for remote code execution on affected systems, and is being actively exploited by crackers.
Newspapers have revealed a device given to law enforcement agencies by Microsoft which allows users to bypass security features built into Windows.
Microsoft has released a security advisory alerting customers to the possibility for a privilege escalation attack against all current Windows releases - including Vista.
A cracker has downloaded a series of databases containing personal information on Harvard University applicants and made the files available to all via BitTorrent.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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