The website of a U.S. organization specializing in national and international security policy was compromised with malware that targeted a previously unknown vulnerability in Internet Explorer.
Security researchers have uncovered two unpatched vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer (IE) which have been exploited by attackers in an unusual “watering hole” campaign launched from a U.S.-based website that specialises in domestic and international security policy.
On Sunday, Microsoft released a Developer Preview version of IE 11 for Windows 7. Newer doesn’t always equal better, but IE 11 has some power under the hood that business users will benefit from.
At the Airheads Conference 2013, Aruba’s CEO and CTO promised to “fire back” at Cisco, which they accused of unfair and underhand tactics.
Good news, small business owners! Microsoft has a new platform that’s tailor-made for your needs. No, it’s not an affordable version of Office or unlimited cloud-based storage. It’s the new Xbox One.
Microsoft has detailed the next software update to its Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system.
On Tuesday, Microsoft pushed out seven new security bulletins – along with their accompanying patches – as well as a new policy that affects both third-party apps and those developed by Microsoft itself.
While important, Google’s new policy of scanning apps for malware before making them available on the official Chrome Web Store falls short of providing maximum protection, one expert says.
Oracle released a huge update for the virtually ubiquitous software, but attackers aren’t done exploiting Java as the weakest link in the security chain, and Oracle isn’t securing it fast enough.
Microsoft has finally unveiled Office Mobile for iPhone, available to Microsoft Office 365 subscribers. After months and years of rumours, …