News for October 2006 Year

31.10.2006

14:11Seagate tries again with encrypted drive14:10Tricky new malware challenges security vendors14:09New Windows attack can kill firewall

30.10.2006

15:00AT&T breaks into home security 14:58Bot nets likely behind jump in spam14:58Australian spammer fined A$5.5m14:57Is your DBA a spy? Don't fall victim to internal security threats

27.10.2006

15:14Researchers criticize security of Windows Mobile 15:13Security vendor circumvents Windows Vista's Patchguard15:12'Less than zero-day' threats too often overlooked, analysts warn15:11Office antipiracy checks to become mandatory

26.10.2006

15:17Secunia: Second flaw in Microsoft IE7 browser 15:17Floridian charged in Akamai attack 15:16BT snaps up US anti-hacking firm

25.10.2006

15:14Zombies continue to chase Windows PCs15:13Hacker unlocks Apple music download protection

23.10.2006

14:00Microsoft blocks Vista rootkit exploit13:59Spam Trojan installs own anti-virus scanner 13:56Microsoft denies reports of first IE7 security flaw

20.10.2006

15:10Malware authors producing stealthier creations15:09Microsoft to test security vendor's patience until 200815:08First security flaw signalled in IE715:06Opera hit by buffer overflow glitch

19.10.2006

14:27Trojan variants hide behind rootkits14:26Microsoft releases Internet Explorer 7 for free download14:25Music piracy crackdown targets seventeen countries14:24Web viruses drop off despite IE exploit flap14:22Ten security trends worth watching

18.10.2006

14:43'Vitriol' rootkit to demo at MS BlueHat hacker summit 14:42Study: Workers often jot down passwords14:41Oracle's mega-patch shuts 101 doors14:39E-passport launched in Ireland14:38Hackers' project disguises security-busting code

17.10.2006

12:38Microsoft hands Vista code to security vendors12:37McAfee buys compliance vendor Onigma12:36Worm eats its way into McDonald's MP3 player promotion

16.10.2006

15:48Security firms skeptical about Vista shift15:46Targeted Trojan attacks on the rise

13.10.2006

16:09Windows kernel protection expected to break soon16:08Microsoft planning life after IE7 16:07Cyber-criminals clone Google Italy site16:06Infection-by-cache risk unearthed

12.10.2006

16:58Windows CE wide open to mobile malware16:56ICANN: We can't shut down Spamhaus16:55Security vs. usability: No one's winning16:53Microsoft issues record number of critical patches

11.10.2006

16:03Symantec says the worm and virus problem is solved. Here's what's next 15:32Swiss gov 'mulls' spyware to tap VoIP calls

10.10.2006

16:07Hacker cracks Google Blogger security16:05Support ends for Windows XP SP116:01Software vulnerabilities higher than last year already

09.10.2006

12:43Microsoft's playing fair with security rivals, Kaspersky says12:42Microsoft delivers Vista RC2 12:37Hackers find use for Google Code Search

06.10.2006

12:55Microsoft preps 11 security patches, some critical 12:52Symantec's Norton Confidential to ship next week

05.10.2006

14:22Social networking sites an open door to hackers 14:21Admin password security 'abysmal'14:20Vista and Longhorn to get new antipiracy measures14:19The $100 One Laptop Per Child: Open invitation to hackers to smash security

04.10.2006

15:22Stealth techniques push malware under the radar15:20Hacker kit use surges, means more malicious sites 15:18McAfee buys Citadel Security Software Inc.

03.10.2006

15:54Another month, another rise in IM attacks15:53EU expands probe into Microsoft Vista

02.10.2006

16:31US joins European cybercrime war 16:30Intel and Symantec push security into firmware 16:29IT risks rise on USB drives