A startup Israeli security vendor says it has found an encryption vulnerability in Microsoft's Active Directory it says could allow an attacker to change user passwords. "The potential for this particular vulnerability to cause
Published on: July 15th, 2014 Howard Solomon @itworldca
In an open letter to Microsoft employees yesterday, the company’s new CEO Satya Nadella outlined his view of the technology giant’s place in the world and essentially told his staffer to brace themselves
She smiles when she talks about the concept of a government organization that is both "efficient and effective," but Fariba Anderson is absolutely serious about making Municipal Property Assessment Corp. an example to her
Two major suppliers of IT applications are looking after vulnerabilities they've discovered. Microsoft Corp. will ship several critical patches to Internet Explorer next week, while Cisco Systems has just issued fixes and a
No one is immune from malware, viruses, worms and the myriad other threats to computer security. As fast as security software firms find and patch a vulnerability, someone, somewhere, finds and exploits another.