Goes click-to-play from today.
Only half-way there at the moment.
Facebook chief calls for EOL.
Over 153 million accounts compromised.
Credit card details and source code stolen.
Security hole leads to information disclosure.
Sudden volte-face on CV whitelist system.
Yet another hole in the rich-media player.
Puts up $π million for vulnerability details.
Out-of-cycle patches to plug zero-day holes.
Releases temporary fix ahead of official patch.
Security flaw prompts update re-think.
No patch planned, says Microsoft.
Ne'er-do-wells with deep pockets can apply now.
Ubisoft has admitted that its Uplay software includes a serious security vulnerability.
Nvidia has admitted that attackers have made off with 400,000 account credentials for its official forums.
Microsoft has released a patch to disable the Windows Sidebar over security concerns.
Attackers have made off with 450,000 Yahoo and 1M Phandroid passwords in separate attacks.
A flawed update from Apple has opened a serious security hole in the company's FileVault encryption software.
Google has increased its top vulnerability payout to $20,000, while reducing less critical flaw rewards.