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The Chinese company Qihoo has been accused by that country's government of tricking people into downloading its software, including one which Qihoo tried to label as a Microsoft security update.
Apple has finally patched and revealed the details of the exploit that Charlie Miller used at Pwn2Own 2010 to gain access to a Macbook running Snow Leopard. Users can download Security Update 2010-003 through Software...
It is likely that this batch of patches will finally provide cover for well-known—and already exploited—vulnerabilities in Microsoft Excel. Microsoft plans to release four security bulletins March 11 to cover a number of remote code...