News for July 2005 Year

28.07.2005

14:00Microsoft releases trial version of Windows Vista13:58Encryption pioneer enters VoIP arena13:56Cisco, ISS file suit against rogue researcher

27.07.2005

15:43Blogging sites harbouring cybercriminals15:41Piracy-check mandatory for Windows add-ons11:593Com launches vulnerability-buying program

26.07.2005

11:13Information Security Center Ltd. celebrates its 5th anniversary by new services, launching a renewed portal, and changing the corporate style

25.07.2005

13:03Industry group pushes secure servers13:01Laptop user convicted of illegal Wi-Fi use

22.07.2005

20:58Banks warned over m-commerce security peril20:55Police swoop on 300 email scammers20:53Microsoft names new software 'Windows Vista'20:51Massive security breach kills of processing firm

21.07.2005

20:44Offshoring 'not lowering IT wages'

20.07.2005

18:58Microsoft enhances anti-spyware tools18:56Oracle taken to task for time to fix vulnerabilities18:49University of Southern California says database hacked

19.07.2005

18:48Thousands back petition to open source OS/2

18.07.2005

18:47IE and MSN Messenger open door for attackers18:45XP flaw allows for DoS attacks18:44Mozilla preps more updates18:43Spammers hack Firefox support site18:38Big danger from Small Trojan

15.07.2005

18:27Trend Micro counts the cost of faulty update18:22Cisco sounds multiple security warnings

14.07.2005

17:52Kerberos flaw opens apps to attack17:50Trojans taking over from worms17:48Desktop port proliferation a security risk?

13.07.2005

15:48UK police help fight outsourcing cybercrime15:45Mozilla squishes latest Firefox bugs15:43Industry clamps down on spyware15:41Manchester police call for backup after cyberattack15:38Three critical fixes in MS July security update

12.07.2005

16:50Botnets and spyware still on the rise16:48Firms ignorant of hacker risk16:45Phrack's closure worries security industry16:40Longhorn following Unix on security?16:35Yahoo and Cisco put anti-spam standard forward

11.07.2005

15:40Tapes containing banking details go missing15:35UK lobbies for data rentention14:31Sick Trojan exploits London bombings

08.07.2005

21:36Microsoft to reward informants after Sasser conviction21:35Microsoft: Identity challenge will have many solutions21:30Library flaw puts applications at risk21:26Adobe reports flaw in Acrobat Reader