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Cisco Confirms IOS Firewall Flaw
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 08, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
Cisco has confirmed that routers and other devices running the latest versions of its IOS (Internetwork Operating System) are vulnerable to a serious attack. The company has advised that users either upgrade to alternate editions or install...
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Symantec Patches Flaw In Veritas Software
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 16, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
Symantec has announced that several of its Veritas products are vulnerable to a remote access vulnerability. Symantec has provided product updates for all supported products affected by a remote access vulnerability allowing unauthorized...
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Security Flaw In Windows 2000
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 08, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
A security flaw has been discovered in Windows 2000 that could hold the potential of affecting end-users. Security firm eEye, discovered the flaw, which affects an important component of Windows 2000 that cannot be disabled. Apart from...
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New IE Flaw Causes Browser To Crash
by CXOtoday Staff    Jul 04, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
SEC Consult has detected a new Microsoft Internet Explorer flaw that can allow a hacker to take complete control of a user's system. The bug affects the latest versions of Explorer patched with Service Pack 2 (SP2) as well as older...
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New Flaw Leaves Every Browser Vulnerable
by CXOtoday Staff    Jun 23, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
Secunia Research has discovered vulnerability in various browsers, which can be exploited by malicious websites to spoof dialog boxes. The problem is that JavaScript dialog boxes do not display or include their origin, which allows a new...
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Cisco Posts Fix For DNS Glitch
by CXOtoday Staff    May 27, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
A denial of service vulnerability has been uncovered in multiple Cisco product DNS implementation, noted Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In). A vulnerability exists in the recursion process used by DNS implementations to...
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Microsoft Confirms TCP/IP Flaw
by CXOtoday Staff    May 20, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft has confirmed a new vulnerability that affects its TCP/IP, a network component of Microsoft Windows. Responding to reports of a flaw, Microsoft has released its first security advisory in which it has stated that the company is not...
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Critical Hole In Microsoft Jet Database Engine
by CXOtoday Staff    Apr 12, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
HexView has discovered a flaw in Microsoft Jet Database Engine, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system, according to security firm Secunia. The vulnerability is caused due to a memory handling error when...
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Most Browsers Afflicted With Injection Flaw
by CXOtoday Staff    Dec 10, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
A vulnerability, which affects most browsers has been reported by Danish firm Secunia. The flaw can be exploited by a malicious website to hi-jack a named browser window, regardless of which website is the true owner of the window. The...
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Microsoft Plugs Loopholes By The Dozen
by CXOtoday Staff    Oct 13, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft has released nine security bulletins, each patching several vulnerabilities that exist in different components of Windows. The loopholes plugged radiate across the outer periphery -- Internet Explorer and several API's -- right down...
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