Just one week after Apple issues a new version of QuickTime, a fresh exploit has emerged.
Cybercrime is perceived as a major business risk to organizations — with risks to intellectual property and sensitive corporate information the main concern.
Cybercriminals are randomizing content served from malicious web pages so that they can prevent security researchers from doing proper analysis.
Apple released a security update for its Mac OS X to fix several security issues, most notably for the notorious DNS cache poisoning problem and a vulnerability within PostScript font names.
Spammers are using thousands of Google Groups to spread unwanted email and malware.
Mozilla, joining Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Google’s nascent Chrome, plan to add a private browsing mode when it releases Firefox 3.1.
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