A new study describes the top 25 programming errors that can open up security holes in software.
VMware last week teamed up with Cisco and NetApp to promote a virtualized datacenter offering geared toward shared or public cloud environments.
Support for Internet Explorer 6 appears to be dwindling after Microsoft's Web browser was exploited for well-publicized attacks on Google and other companies.
Microsoft issued a cumulative "out-of-band" security patch on Thursday for a bug in all versions of Internet Explorer.
All eyes tend to focus on Microsoft's monthly patch cycle, but don't forget Adobe.
The !exploitable Crash Analyzer is designed to help developers classify, assess and ultimately prevent program crashes.
The BSIMM maturity model sheds light on how enterprises are implementing security initiatives in their internal software development efforts
A newly released maturity model could be the first to shed new light on how enterprises are implementing security initiatives in their internal software development efforts.
Search engine optimization techniques are being used to divert Web surfers to malicious sites.
A March DNS security patch doesn't work on compromised servers, according to nCircle.
Adobe Reader 9 bug allows for remote exploitation by hackers.
Microsoft is issuing a security patch for three bugs, but an Excel flaw will have to wait.
The fixes will address spoofing and remote code execution attacks.
Microsoft plans to issue three fixes in its March security patch rollout, with one deemed "critical" and two labeled "important."
Microsoft's chief security advisor blamed the spread of the Conficker worm on laggard IT staff.
The bug drops a Trojan-horse binary when users open an affected Excel file.
CEO says most vulnerabilities in Windows systems can be reduced by simply removing certain user privileges.
Earlier this month, BeyondTrust released a report on security threats to IT shops running Microsoft software.
Exploits for a serious cache-poisoning vulnerability discovered in the DNS last year have begun to appear in the wild, and they have made security researcher Dan Kaminsky a believer in DNS Security Extensions.
The exploit's quick appearance suggests IT professionals need to patch, and patch quickly.