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The world's two largest security vendors are now in lockstep protesting against what they see as an attempt by Microsoft to shut them out of…
The debate has flared up once again about whether users should wait for an official Microsoft patch to a vulnerability in its software or take…
Symantec has slammed Microsoft for denying third party security vendors access to Vista through a software development kit prior to the operating system's release, saying…
Thursday, 28 September 2006 09:13

New zero day attack hits Microsoft PowerPoint

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Microsoft has warned users of new zero-day attacks that exploit a vulnerability in Microsoft PowerPoint systems. Although the exploit is not as critical the previous…
With the news that thousands of web sites are already exploiting an Internet Explorer flaw, Microsoft has been stung into action and rushed out a…
A critical vulnerability in Microsoft's VML (vector markup language) used to produce graphics, that was at first thought to affect only the Internet Explorer browser…
Number two security software vendor McAfee is holding discussions with Microsoft over “simple changes” to Windows Vista and believes that the operating system release will…
Wednesday, 20 September 2006 19:47

Exploits discovered for IE, Office 2007 next?

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A highly critical vulnerability exposed in Monday in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, which can give attackers the power to download an assortment of malware onto…
Patch Tuesday has come and gone with Microsoft dutifully patching three flaws, one of which was a critical Office 2000 vulnerability affecting Microsoft Publisher. However,…
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 21:55

Governor Arnie's computer hacked

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The office computer of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has suffered a hack attack, with some stored audio files stolen and leaked to the Los Angeles…

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