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Security vendor Symantec has identified a new JavaScript worm that exploits an unpatched vulnerability in Yahoo!'s web-based e-mail program. The worm can infect users' machines…
New data from Microsoft reveals that about 1 in every 300 times its scans a PC while downloading security updates an infection by malware is…
Monday, 12 June 2006 16:57

Patch Tuesday a busy day this month

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Tomorrow is Microsoft's Patch Tuesday, the day when the world's largest software company reminds the world just how vulnerable its software is to those online…
Fast growing networking player, Juniper Networks, and Microsoft have announced a global agreement to deliver IPTV security solutions. Under the agreement, Juniper can offer IPTV…
Anti-virus leader Symantec Corp, under threat from Microsoft's entry its territory, has launched a counter-attack with the announcement of a new consumer PC security service…
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 15:16

Symantec shows how to patch a hole

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In a masterful demonstration of security patchwork, security vendor Symantec demonstrated to the world how to fix a vulnerability in a piece of software, successfully…
The day of reckoning has arrived for Symantec, McAfee, Kapersky and the myriad of other would-be anti-virus, anti-spyware, firewall and assorted anti-malware peddlers. Their one-time…
The internet world has recently been encountering more and more malware attacks attempting to balckmail home users for profit, according to an internet security specialist.
Symantec has acknowledged the vulnerability in its Symantec Client Security and Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition (note: Norton Antivirus is not affected as previously reported) as…
Heaven help us. We have now reached the point where the world's leading antivirus product may need special security software to protect it from hackers.…

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