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More than two-thirds of Androids susceptible to exploit that can give attacker control of device

As Android devices make their way into the enterprise through BYOD, vulnerabilities in the operating system become more of an IT security threat.

Oracle admits to security problems with Java in browsers

Oracle has finally admitted to security issues with its Java web browser plug-ins, acknowledging in a blog post late last week that users may have been "frustrated with Oracle's relative silence on the issue."

Microsoft to ship permanent fix for IE Friday

Microsoft will ship an out-of-band security update toady for the zero-day Internet Explorer exploit discovered over the weekend by IT security advisor Eric Romang

Adobe: Focus on defenses, not bug hunting

Speaking at Kaspersky Lab's Security Analyst Summit last week, Brad Arkin, director of product security and privacy at Adobe, suggested that security researchers should focus less on finding

Serious QuickTime flaw uncovered, known about months ago

A new vulnerability in Apple's QuickTime has been discovered, a bizarre remnant of some development code that was left in place for at least nine years. It was spotted by Ruben Santamarta of

Microsoft release security advisory about remote DLL flaw

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has issued a security advisory on a 10-year-old problem with implications for existing Windows-based systems, including widely-installed software like iTunes. The root of the

Are industrial computers systems vulnerable to attack?

It's well known that ordinary personal and business computer systems are vulnerable to hacking, but computers used to managing industrial machinery could also be at risk. Software was published just