Security researcher uncovers two Office XP flaws

Security researcher uncovers two Office XP flaws

Two new security flaws in Microsoft Corp.'s Office XP productivity suite could be combined to allow attackers to take over...

April 2nd, 2002 Sam Costello

Windows NT/2000 hole can let attacker take over systems

Windows NT/2000 hole can let attacker take over systems

A recently discovered security vulnerability in a software debugging component of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows NT and 2000 operating systems can...

March 27th, 2002 Sam Costello IDG News Service

Microsoft patches three ‘critical’ software flaws

Microsoft patches three ‘critical’ software flaws

Microsoft Corp. released three software patches rated "critical" late Thursday. The patches plug holes in Internet Explorer, Windows XP, SQL...

February 21st, 2002 Joris Evers

Vulnerability in SNMP could threaten ‘Net

Vulnerability in SNMP could threaten ‘Net

Flaws in how SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) version one is implemented in a raft of products could allow attackers...

February 12th, 2002 Sam Costello

Flaw in Win2000, NT 4.0 makes domains

Flaw in Win2000, NT 4.0 makes domains

A flaw in the way Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 2000 and NT 4.0 server operating systems authenticate users across domains could...

January 30th, 2002 Joris Evers

Another serious security hole found in Microsoft IIS

Another serious security hole found in Microsoft IIS

Due to a "serious" flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s Index Server 2.0 and Indexing Service - software that enables full-text searches...

June 20th, 2001 Sam Costello

Crackers subvert servers to map Web weak spots

Crackers subvert servers to map Web weak spots

In a giant leap for attack technology, crackers, possibly from Russia, are mapping the Internet.In the process, they are pinging...

November 18th, 1999 Deborah Radcliff

AXENT puts software tokens in clients

AXENT puts software tokens in clients

Defender 3.0 electronically distributes software tokens to laptops and PCs for strong authentication purposes, according to AXENT Technologies Inc."The business...

January 28th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman