A new zero-day vulnerability has been found in all versions of Internet Explorer, and it is being actively exploited in targeted attacks according to security firm FireEye.
Another Patch Tuesday, means another round of security updates from Microsoft and Adobe, designed to fix critical vulnerabilities in their software.
What are you waiting for?
Adobe Flash users are once again being told they need to update their software, after a new zero-day exploit was discovered.
The critical security flaw in in Adobe Flash Player was uncovered after hackers targeted visitors to a number of different foreign and economic policy websites dealing with matters of national security.
A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Adobe Flash, which is being exploited by online criminals.
Computer users are advised to patch their systems now.
No tears will be lost if the authorities really do have the author of the Blackhole Exploit Kit in custody.
We're still not safe with our computers, even with all the great improvements.
But - as Mikko Hypponen points out - at least we don't see flights grounded and trains stopped by malware every other week, like we did in 2003.
Microsoft told us that they would have 14 security bulletins ready for Patch Tuesday.
But only 13 have appeared...
If you receive an unsolicited email containing breaking news, apparently from an organisation like CNN, be on your guard.
It may be that online criminals are attempting to infect your computer.
Critical security fixes have been issued for Adobe and Microsoft software - including protection against zero-day flaws in Internet Explorer.
Make sure you protect your systems as soon as possible.
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.
Have you received an email asking you to confirm that you wish to cancel your account?
Be on your guard.
Are you still running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard?
If so, you have some very important critical security patches to install - helping to protect your Mac from malware threats.
A fake CNN webpage is being linked to from Facebook users' status updates, claiming that World War III has begun.
But the real story is the malware waiting to infect your computer.
Mac users have once again been reminded not to be complacent about the malware threat, with the discovery that cybercriminals have enhanced an existing Trojan horse to disable the rudimentary anti-virus protection Apple has built into Mac OS X.
Mac users are once again being reminded to keep their anti-virus software up-to-date, following the discovery of a Trojan horse that poses as an update to Adobe Flash.
Adobe has scheduled a critical security update for Flash Player later today, protecting users against an important universal cross-site scripting attack that is being exploited in the wild.