A Trojan planted in the source code of the UnrealIRCd package for Linux has been discovered.
AT&T has suffered an embarrassing breach - leaking the e-mail addresses of its iPad customers.
Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc has issued a statement rubbishing Google's security concerns.
The Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a preview of its Firefox Home app for the iPhone.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer market share has dipped to an 11 year low.
Microsoft is conducting an investigation into a zero-day vulnerability in SharePoint.
The Mozilla Foundation has released a public beta of Firefox 3.6.4, designed to minimise crashing.
A security firm has unveiled an attack on Palm's WebOS platform - as found on its Pre smartphone - which is as simple as sending a malicious SMS.
Microsoft has broken out of its monthly patch release schedule to issue an emergency fix for a critical zero-day vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser.
The Pwn2Own contest is under way, and the first day saw Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 8 all used to penetrate host systems.
Tuesday is set to bring a whopping 13 patches for Microsoft Windows and Office products, eleven of which are marked Critical - and which fix twenty-six bugs in total.
All iPhone and iPod Touch users are advised to apply Apple's latest update - 3.1.3 - as soon as possible, as it addresses three remotely-exploitable security flaws.
Google has announced that it is to pay security researchers $500 per bug found in the Chrome or Chromium codebase - rising to $1,337 if the bug is particularly vexing.
Adobe's Acrobat PDF-maker and Reader PDF-viewer are under active attack by crackers exploiting an as-yet undetailed flaw in the software's security.
A vulnerable Firefox plugin which installs into Firefox without user interaction has been added to the central blacklist by Mozilla - but this one comes from Microsoft.