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Proposed PATCH Act forces US snoops to quit hoarding code exploits
Stuxnet Is Still Working Hard
The worm, first detected in July, could be considered the most sophisticated malware ever, after new findings.
Microsoft Releases Out-Of-Band Security Patch For LNK Vulnerability
One week before the regular Patch Tuesday, Windows gets a fix for the vulnerability that allowed the Stuxnet worm two weeks ago.
Details On Stuxnet Worm
Siemens SCADA systems are vulnerable, should have been easily protected.
Windows XP Service Pack 2 Support Ends Today
Users of 64-bit Windows XP are not affected, Service Pack 3 will be supported until 2014.
Windows XP Zero-Day Flaw Used In 10,000 Attacks Worldwide
One month after it has first been reported, a
in Windows XP's Help and Support Center has served in at least 10,000 attacks, according to Microsoft.
Is Conficker dead?
It has been more than a year since the rise of one of the world's most widespread worms and it has not unleashed any significant payload yet. Is Conficker dead?
Microsoft uses homemade 'botnet' to fix Office 2010 bugs
Microsoft found over 1,800 bugs in its upcoming Office suite by using a network of "fuzzing" computers.
Removing Admin Rights Mitigates 90% of Windows 7 Vulnerabilities
A new report shows that administrative rights limitations effectively protect Windows users.
Waledac Botnet Takedown A Success
Three weeks after Microsoft took it down, Waledac "looks crippled, if not dead."
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