New Microsoft IM will feature SPIM reporting

New Microsoft IM will feature SPIM reporting

Microsoft's next version of its instant messenger application will have a new security feature to report users who send unsolicited...

November 22nd, 2007 Jeremy Kirk

Windows flaw enables theft of online game login info

Windows flaw enables theft of online game login info

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLESecurity experts say a glitch in Vista and other Microsoft Corp. software products enables cyber crooks to...

April 8th, 2007

MS patches three critical security problems

MS patches three critical security problems

Microsoft Corp. released the second installment of its now monthly security bulletins, patching three software holes in Windows systems that...

November 12th, 2003 Paul Roberts

Hackers find way to exploit latest Microsoft hole

Hackers find way to exploit latest Microsoft hole

A security company said Tuesday that it found an example of working computer source code that exploits the latest critical...

September 17th, 2003 Paul Roberts

Hackers jump through holes in Microsoft patch

Hackers jump through holes in Microsoft patch

Security experts are warning Microsoft Corp. customers about silent Internet attacks that exploit a security flaw in the Internet Explorer...

September 9th, 2003 Paul Roberts

Fair is fair

Fair is fair

Here's why Microsoft Corp. is a laughingstock when it comes to security: Last week, security researcher Georgi Guninski announced that...

April 7th, 2002 Frank Hayes

CERT: AOL’s ICQ chat app has security flaw

CERT: AOL’s ICQ chat app has security flaw

A security hole in America Online Inc.'s ICQ chat program could allow attackers to run the code of their choice...

January 24th, 2002 Sam Costello

FBI agency advises turning off vulnerable XP feature

FBI agency advises turning off vulnerable XP feature

A government computer security agency is recommending that Windows XP users consider turning off XP's universal plug-and-play (UPnP) service to...

December 23rd, 2001 Todd R. Weiss

WesternUnion.com back online after data theft

WesternUnion.com back online after data theft

The Web site of telegram and money-transfer company Western Union Holdings Inc. went back online Wednesday, five days after a...

September 14th, 2000 Todd R. Weiss