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Security firm Websense has issued a warning regarding a major attack against Outlook Web Access portals, designed to install a banking Trojan into company systems.
The Mozilla Foundation has released a demonstration of its new Content Security Policy system, designed to prevent cross-site scripting attacks completely.
Security firm Finjan has alerted users to a particularly insidious new Trojan which infects Windows-based systems and steals money from on-line banking systems.
Microsoft has released its Security Essentials, a free anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-malware package for Windows - and reviews are positive.
Google's DoubleClick advertising brokerage has been used by ne'er-do-wells to put malware-laced ads on some of the web's top sites - but the company blames others.
Peripheral manufacturer Razer has taken down its support site following reports that it was unwittingly distributing a worm dropper as part of several driver update packages.
The New York Times website has been playing unwitting host to an "unauthorised advertisement" which attempts to con users into installing worthless 'security' software.
Research has revealed the browser choices of drive-by malware download site creators - with Opera making a strong showing.
The Symbian Foundation has admitted to a failure of its digital signing process which lead to a botnet-creating malware package being signed as safe for install.
A new strain of malware - which attempts to exploit Internet Explorer and Firefox flaws to infect passing visitors - has latched itself on to more than 40,000 websites.
A new worm has been uncovered which targets routers based on the Linux operating system and makes them part of an IRC controlled botnet.
A pair of researchers claim to have developed malware which is resident in a system's BIOS, and which is capable of surviving a complete OS reinstall.
Anti-virus vendor Sophos claims to have received code samples of a Trojan which aims to skim card details from Diebold cash machines.
Malware has been discovered on two commercially available lines of digital photo frames over the Christmas period - one from Samsung, the other from Mercury.
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.
The BusinessWeek website has succumbed to an attack that sees the site attempting to install malicious code on visitors' PCs.
An SQL injection attack on a range of websites left Sony offering malware-laden downloads to PlayStation 3 fans according to anti-virus vendor Sophos.
Anti-malware site StopBadware is warning users that recent versions of media playback software RealPlayer are 'badware' and best avoided.
Microsoft’s security report is in and it shows a decrease in vulnerabilities and removed malware in newer versions of software. I should hope so too!
Microsoft has released a polished statement claiming that it has widespread support from security providers for Vista. Notable inclusions are Symantec and McAfee - two companies that haven't stopped short of highlighting Vista's problems.
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!
For all of Microsoft's huffing and puffing, three of the biggest current malware threats will still blow the house down. How secure is Vista?
By recreating dodgy sites on the fly, Microsoft hopes this new security software, named BrowserShield, will prevent the spread of malware.
March 12 2019 | 19:11
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