News for June 2007 Year

28.06.2007

15:58Trojan horse hidden in 'Yes & No' animated video 15:57Fake Microsoft patch e-mail lets hackers build botnet

27.06.2007

12:29Study: Exploit Wednesday more myth than reality12:29Europe's banks must inform customers of US snooping12:28Microsoft releases Windows Server 2008 beta

26.06.2007

11:31Cisco dropping iron curtain on web and e-mail attacks 11:30Google threatens to drop Gmail in Germany11:29Symantec compensates for bad software update

25.06.2007

12:27Spanish police arrest creator of mobile phone virus 12:26Microsoft better at patching XP than Vista 12:26Fake flash player site used to spread malware12:25Data breaches could take a toll on e-commerce

22.06.2007

14:59Malicious GIF conceals PHP attack14:58Pentagon e-mail system hacked

21.06.2007

14:41New browsers fail to curb phishing

20.06.2007

11:33Tech security companies are hot targets11:33UK surfers wide open to identity theft11:32Stop users before they click on risky web sites11:31Google security API spots dangerous URLs

19.06.2007

12:53US FTC warns of bogus e-mail containing spyware12:53PayPal offers a key to secure transactions12:52Hackers compromise 10k sites, launch 'phenomenal' attack

18.06.2007

11:10Experts debate Microsoft patch priorities11:10London is the Wi-Fi capital of the world

16.06.2007

12:17Online bank security worsens 12:16Fears grow over Space Station computers

15.06.2007

11:27NATO says addressing cyberattacks urgent11:26Apple celebrates 1m Windows Safari downloads11:25US may require European visitors to register online11:25FBI audit finds widespread abuse in data collection

14.06.2007

16:15Open source: New target of malware?16:12China trying to unseat U.S. as lead cyberpower16:11AOL phisher nets six years' imprisonment16:08EU welcomes Google offer on privacy16:03NSA 'spy room' at AT&T exposed16:02FBI logs its millionth zombie address

13.06.2007

14:00Windows recovery loophole lets hackers in13:59Safari for Windows: Released and hacked in a day

12.06.2007

13:40Gates gets Harvard degree at last13:39Half of all workers admit stealing data13:38Malware damages decline to $13 billion annually, says Computer Economics

11.06.2007

11:50Symantec releases beta of Norton AntiBot 11:48Worm points the way to Arabic viruses11:46Laws threaten security researchers

08.06.2007

14:01US toughens up on spyware14:00IBM to buy Web application security vendor Watchfire

07.06.2007

15:54Estonia asks for Russian help to find Web criminals15:08Guilty verdict dropped in spyware case against teacher

06.06.2007

13:55Europe crafts computer security alert system for SMBs13:55Chinese users sue Symantec over update blunder13:53Stealthy attack serves malicious code only once