New WS-Federation group aims at improving how companies share data.
Microsoft's new operating system used some old code that was hard to spot.
Finance companies seek more mature open-source solutions that will meet legal requirements, among other concerns.
Expiring beta version of OS gives users just two hours to save their data.
May 8 is the possible release date for Microsoft's patch to fix security vulnerabilities in Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003.
Security advisory issued yesteday describes DNS vulnerability in Windows server operating systems.
Bugs deteted in Word 2007 have yet to be confirmed by Redmond.
Patch will fix compilation problems that occur after "massive file changes," such as antivirus time-stamp modifications.
Redmond takes aim at performance and scalability goals in holding back Virtual Server 2005 upgrade.
Beefed-up Windows management app from Lieberman Software helps IT administrators better handle password security.
The patches released today aim to avoid Remote Code execution attacks in Windows-based systems.
A survey of companies developing service-oriented architecture solutions found that it hasn't been easy to do, although most 'best-in-class' companies have realized returns on investment from SOA infrastructure.
On top of this week's major update to Microsoft's Windows GDI implementation, Redmond next week plans to issue no less than four Windows security bulletins, including at least one "critical" update.
Securent has decided to implement XACML 2.0 in its Entitlement Management Solution as part of OASIS' standardization efforts.
Get ready for an anti-climactic Patch Tuesday. Following on the heels of last month’s gonzo Patch Tuesday event -- wherein Microsoft Corp. released 12 new patches -- Redmond this month doesn’t plan to patch any security-related flaws.
SPI Dynamics is collaborating with Microsoft to provide security tools for applications built using ASP.NET AJAX (code-named "Atlas"). When it is released on December 1, DevInspect 3.0 will become one of the first dev tools to analyze and remediate vulnerabilities in Atlas-based applications.
Advanced security bulletin refers to an XML flaw and five other Windows flaws deemed "critical"; unknown whether security rollup addresses recent Visual Studio flaw.
Microsoft announced this week it is adding an enhanced version of Dotfuscator Community Edition (CE) to the next major release of Microsoft Visual Studio, code-named "Orcas."
A recent survey of 400 U.S.-based application developers and programmers showed that while those who build Web applications are more concerned about security than ever before, corporate resources and processes that increase application security aren’t as forthcoming.