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Mozilla Security Update Fixes 7 Vulnerabilities

This week, Mozilla patched seven vulnerabilities with the latest security update, available both with automatic updates and manual download from the company's website, for Firefox 1.5.0.10 and Firefox 2.0.0.2. The security update was originally slated... More...

Apple Fixes Java Vulnerabilities

Apple has issued a security update to patch a potential vulnerability within Java affecting Mac OS X 10.4.5. A specially crafted application could bypass built-in security and allow access to system files by an intruder.... More...

US-CERT Releases 2005 Year-End Index of Vulnerabilities

The United States Computer EmergencyReadiness Team (US-CERT) has released it's 2005 year-end index of softwarevulnerabilities. This list includes vulnerabilities that were identifiedbetween January 2005 and December 2005 and covers all types of softwareincluding operating systems.... More...

Microsoft to Patch Ten Vulnerabilities

This coming Tuesday, Microsoft will release 10 security related updates in response to recently discovered vulnerabilities. The updates are part of Microsoft's shockingly stable monthly patch cycle. Out of the seven holes being... More...

Latest Linux Vulnerabilities Get Patches

A series of recently announced security flaws open Linux and related technologies to attacks ranging from denials of service and local exploits to the potential for remote system compromise. Senior Linux developer Alan Cox announced... More...

Multiple Browser Vulnerabilities

Secunia Research has discovered two vulnerabilities in Maxthon, which can be exploited by malicious web sites to obtain sensitive information and spoof dialog boxes. 1). Inactive tabs can launch dialog boxes so they... More...

libpng Multiple Vulnerabilities

Several vulnerabilities exist in the libpng library, the most serious of which could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on an affected system. The Portable Network Graphics (PNG) image format is used as... More...

New worm targets two MS vulnerabilities

Antivirus software companies are warning customers about a new e-mail worm that targets unpatched Microsoft Corp. Windows machines with either of two recently disclosed software vulnerabilities. The new worm, known as both "Plexus" and "Explet.A,"... More...

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