The prevalence of vulnerabilities in scanned Web sites show why you can't just watch where you surf and be safe online.
Today's Patch Tuesday fixes a major Web-based risk for Windows, along with security flaws in Office and network-based risks.
A prankster worm spreading in Australia hearkens back to malware's early days.
A newly disclosed security vulnerability allows for breaking into any protected SSL traffic, including HTTPS.
This Firefox bookmarks toolbar offers quick access to social networking services, RSS feeds, and many other sites.
A new version of Sun's Java SE JRE 6 and JDK 6 fixes serious vulnerabilities.
Making sure you've fixed these old security holes will go a long way towards keeping your PC safe from current attacks.
Hunt for Trojans and other malware with free, professional PC analyzer FreeFixer.
Souped-up text editor Notepad++ has a wide array of features for programmers.
Small Flash files can track your online movements, and they don’t vanish when you delete normal tracking cookies.
Fix media-file flaws on PCs and Macs, and block Vista network attacks.
Orca includes more features than baseline Firefox does, but it also has major limitations.
As of today, Firefox will automatically block an add-on installed by Microsoft because of a major security risk.
A rogue antivirus program has added a new and nasty technique: It will keep you from getting to any of your files and programs until you pay up.
Versatile application launcher Blaze can automate repetitive tasks.