The problem of spotting malicious content in browsers is getting worse as threat actors take advantage of an increasing number of pixels being effectively below the "line of death".
Google says Avast introduced a serious security hole when it created its Avastium secure web browser from a Chromium fork.
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In an apparent coordinated announcement, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft announced that they would stop using the RC4 stream cipher in their respective browsers.
Dolphin and Mercury Android browsers can be hacked to execute code remotely.
Internet Explorer vulnerability could allow hackers to take control of victim's PC
UK bank customers are the main targets of a new Zeus-like malware family called 'Dyreza' or 'Dyre'.
Users who are unable to stop using embedded versions of Windows XP should at least stop using Internet explorer and even then may have invalidated any cyber insurance that requires patch updates.
"This is more proof that the Apple Mac is nowhere near as resilient to attacks as people think it is" - Nigel Stanley, Incoming Thought analyst
`Secure' online banking and payment credential pages accessible to hackers
Microsoft delivered its monthly security update on Tuesday to rectify 12 vulnerabilities, five of which are present in Internet Explorer (IE) and comprise the most pressing patch to deploy.
Microsoft plans to release eight patches on Tuesday - six for "critical" vulnerabilities - as part of its monthly security update.
Only two per cent of computer users are fully patched and the other 98 per cent are running at least one insecure, unpatched program, security firm Secunia said this week.
Most network administrators want to secure their organisations from 'rogue' web browsers, according to IT firm Sophos.
Mozilla is trying to refute the notion that the buggier the software, the less secure it is.
For the upcoming version of Internet Explorer 8.0 (IE8), Microsoft has hinted at a number of security improvements.
OS X Leopard gets a new version as the Mac maker moves to improve reliability and squash a whole hatful of vulnerabilities
Users of the web browser on both XP and Vista can be hit by a blended attack which installs malicious code, according to a security advisory released by the software giant
The Mac maker and creator of the popular web browser has come under fire from a leading security researcher for the ease at which users can download malicious software from the web, but it seems reluctant to change its mind