This vulnerability, if left unpatched, affects every flavour of Windows utilising the IIS services version 6+ to support web sites.
Information is the lifeblood of modern business, no less so than in the lofty eyries of the legal eagles, where sensitive client information is analysed and monetised.
British politics and current affairs magazine New Statesmen has admitted it was hacked on Wednesday, with the home page content on http://newstatesman.com/ redirecting to http://trescorts.com/, a Turkish escort website.
A warning from a US government watchdog that hackers could potentially destroy an airplane via the on-board Wi-Fi has been questioned and criticised by information security professionals and pilots alike.
This week's In Case You Missed It column looks the top stories on SC from the past week, including an online battle between Anonymous and ISIS, a takeover of a French TV network and demystifying claims of 'advanced' cyber-attacks.
The latest ICYMI looks at data-scraping Chrome extensions, Facebook privacy and common cyber-security failings.
In this latest In Case You Missed It column, we look at the top stories on SC this week, including the discovery of a new OpenSSL bug and super-stealthy denial of service attack.
Time to set the record straight on email authentication: DMARC won't get spam into the inbox, says Rob Holmes
Building a database security strategy is the first step for a company in ensuring security has been addressed inside out says Alan Hartwell.
A new approach to mobile user protection should focus on self-defending apps that provide an integrated, dedicated and secure solution to cyber-crime threats suggests Tom Lysemose Hansen