browsers

Hackers prefer Firefox and Opera

Hackers prefer Firefox and Opera

Browsers with smaller installed base targeted.
Aug 22 2009 12:08PM
Google gears up for HTML 5

Google gears up for HTML 5

Google has been showing off some of the new HTML 5 features that it will be building into future releases of Chrome and Android 2.0, codenamed Donut.
May 28 2009 2:52PM
Adobe warns of ‘clickjacking’ attacks

Adobe warns of ‘clickjacking’ attacks

Adobe has issued a security alert about its Flash software that makes it vulnerable to being abused by hackers in a practice known as clickjacking.
Oct 9 2008 3:21PM
Check Point puts ForceField around browsers

Check Point puts ForceField around browsers

ZoneAlarm plays in the sandbox.
Oct 11 2007 2:43PM
New browsers fail to curb phishing

New browsers fail to curb phishing

SAN FRANSISCO - Criminals skirting security measures, says anti-phishing head.
Jun 20 2007 9:56PM
Browsers fail to curb phishing

Browsers fail to curb phishing

Criminals skirting security measures, says anti-phishing head.
Jun 20 2007 2:56PM
TippingPoint: Contest-winning Safari flaw affects all Java-enabled browsers

TippingPoint: Contest-winning Safari flaw affects all Java-enabled browsers

A research tag team on Friday hacked into a MacBook Pro at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, showing off what appeared to be an unpatched vulnerability in the Safari web browser while winning Us$10,000 in the process.
Apr 26 2007 10:23AM
Web browsers to adopt enhanced SSL

Web browsers to adopt enhanced SSL

IE7 to use Extended Validation SSL certificates in January, others to follow.
Nov 13 2006 10:02AM
Web browsers battling it out to be number one

Web browsers battling it out to be number one

Jan 11 2005 12:22PM
Phishing scams mimic web browsers

Phishing scams mimic web browsers

Online identity theft scams, known as phishing, are taking on a new guise.
Feb 16 2004 4:44PM
Trustworthy Computing must include browsers

Trustworthy Computing must include browsers

What is Microsoft thinking of? The company’s laudable goals of Trustworthy Computing have seen great strides made in much of its software, its patching process is improving and security-specific products like ISA Server are getting steadily better. But the firm seems to be having huge difficulty fixing fundamental flaws in Internet Explorer, flaws that are being actively exploited by criminals, and is now considering abandoning standards in what appear to be increasingly desperate attempts to secure the browser.
Feb 12 2004 5:42PM

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