This seven-year-old version of the software is leaving enterprises open to 600 security vulnerabilities.
Kaspersky Lab today released an analysis of a newly discovered version of Mokes - a malicious, cross-platform backdoor with spying functionality - this one targeting Apple's OS X operating system.
L0phtCrack is back, 19 years old and updated for the first time in six years, version 7 is apparently 500 times faster
Kaspersky researchers spotted a wave of attacks that has affected more than 130 organisations in at least 30 countries.
Windows vulnerability would allow hackers to subvert PowerShell to bypass the UAC, leaving no trace of having accessed the system.
The percentage of unpatched Windows operating systems was on the decline in the second quarter of 2016, leading to an overall decrease in the number of exploitable Windows vulnerabilities.
Over half (53 percent) of companies have at least one instance of Windows Server 2003 still running even though its end of life (EOL) date passed on 14 July 2015.
Market forces are beginning to have an effect on zero days, evidenced by a new drop in the price of a significant zero-day.
Trustwave has found a zero-day exploit which it said affects all versions of Microsoft's OS Windows, all the way from Windows 2000 up to a fully patched version of Windows 10.
The security flaws in the Windows version of Apple's media player, Quicktime will be left open as Apple announces its intention to stop patching it.
After several weeks of waiting, the update patching the Badlock bug, potentially impacting Windows and Linux systems, was issued today by Samba.org.
A Core Security Consulting researcher found that the SAP Download Manager stores credentials using weak encryption.
Researchers identify Operation Black Atlas, a new and growing super-adaptable botnet abusing legitimate Windows network functions
With hopes to provide a more seamless and secure experience of Windows apps, Microsoft will be ridding of the ranks of its Trusted Root Certificate programme.
Researchers at FireEye have found that Windows PowerShell, the command-line tool, is vulnerable to two data leaking attacks.
Security watchers warn of authentication and authorisation flaws in Windows network environments
Three major anti-virus softwares have been shown to be vulnerable to a large coding vulnerability.
Banks are strictly Lastminute.com when it comes to updating embedded Windows XP operating systems in their ATMs, leaving 65,000 cash cows vulnerable to malware milking.
Windows Defender has come to the rescue giving users the ability to detect and remove the vulnerable Dell certificates from the certificate root store, as well as the affected binaries that might re-install it.
Microsoft is set to bring the date after which its Windows browsers will no longer accept SHA-1 to the middle of next year after new research has shown the cryptographic hash function to be even more vulnerable than previously thought.
A leak of a major technology company's security key has been discovered, allowing hackers to convince Windows that their malware is legit.
Researchers at Secunia detected nearly 10,000 vulnerabilities in nearly 2,000 products, including Oracle Solaris and IBM i5/OS.
Four new updates to Windows 7 and 8 allow Microsoft to collect a variety of usage information.
Half of patch Tuesday fixes cover Windows 10
Hackers could subvert Windows Update to install malware in organisations
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