A researcher named Aviv Raff intends on disclosing a Twitter security bug every day in July, making it the Month of Twitter Bugs (MoTB). Read more “Month of [blah] Bugs arrives on Twitters doorstep in July”

On the surface, you won’t notice much difference when you open Firefox 3.5. However, the popular browser has undergone significant overhauls under the hood. Read more “Firefox 3.5 speeds up browsing and adds privacy features.”

Today, Microsoft released ten security bulletins, fixing 31 security vulnerabilities in their products, including Active Directory (AD), Internet Explorer (IE), Office, and Internet Information Services (IIS). Read more “Microsoft Black Tuesday: Microsoft’s June patches fix flaws in IIS, IE, and AD”

Are you one of the eight percent of users that browse with Safari? If so, you’ll want to install 4.0 as soon as possible as if fixes over 50 security vulnerabilities Read more “Gargantuan Safari Update Fixes Over 50 Vulnerabilities”

Expect lots of Microsoft patches next week. Microsoft intends to release ten security bulletins next Tuesday, which will include updates for Windows, Internet Explorer, and Office. Read more “Here comes another big Microsoft Patch Day”

Fully patched OS X systems are vulnerable to a serious Java vulnerability that could allow drive-by downloads on your Mac. Learn the what workarounds protect your from this flaw. Read more “Old Java vulnerability plagues fully updated OS X computers”