Survey scammers are using a new disguise in their attempt to drive web traffic to their cash-generating webpages - pretending that PC users can install their own version of the popular smartphone app Instagram.
This isn’t the first time that Microsoft has been forced to re-release a security patch after problems were found in the original version, and it surely won’t be the last.
Don’t delay - patch your systems now…
Or risk falling victim to cybercriminals taking advantage of newly uncovered security flaws.
WTF!? WMV security hole fix from Microsoft leads to problems for video makers.
It may claim to be BitDefender AntiVirus 2013, written by Angry Birds with help from Kaspersky. But it isn’t.
Microsoft needs to police the Windows Store with greater vigour.
Flaws in the way Windows handles TrueType font files and a zero-day flaw found by Google researcher Tavis Ormandy are addressed in Microsoft’s latest Patch Tuesday.
Make sure your computer is properly protected as soon as possible.
Microsoft says it will be issuing seven security updates, including six that the firm classifies as “critical”, on Tuesday 8 July.
Make sure your computer is patched promptly, or risk having it attacked by cybercriminals.
Microsoft has released its regular monthly bundle of security fixes, known as “Patch Tuesday”. This time it doesn’t just mean security patches for vulnerabilities in software running on the Windows platform - Mac users could be at risk too.
Windows and Microsoft Office are in the firing line.
But will Google engineer Tavis Ormandy’s latest security hole also be fixed?
Microsoft has advised all users of Windows 7 who installed a security update to uninstall it, after some customers found their computers would not restart or applications would not load.
Computer users should be getting used to security updates for Adobe Flash by now - after all, this is the fourth in as many weeks.
Make sure your computers are protected as soon as possible.
A cybercriminal attack uses the fear of vulnerabilities and malware infection to trick users into unwittingly compromising their Windows computers.
On Friday, Microsoft launched Windows 8 to consumers.
Today, the experts at SophosLabs have intercepted a phishing attack which plays upon interest in the new operating system.
If your Windows or Mac computer uses the Adobe Shockwave Player, it’s time to update your systems.
A web-based malware attack has been discovered, targeting users of Windows, Mac and Linux.
Although the amount of malware written for different operating systems can vary, it’s becoming increasingly hard to argue that it’s safe to surf the web on any OS without anti-virus protection.
Way to alienate a loyal customerbase, Adobe.
Adobe is making users pay of its Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash Professional products pay hundreds of dollars to fix security flaws.