The Fiesta exploit kit bundles an exploit for the CVE-2014-0569 vulnerability in Flash Player, researchers found
Dropbox was quick to remove the bogus login page, Symantec said
The attack could be used to distribute malware through applications that appear harmless, researchers said
The advertisements redirected victims to the Sweet Orange exploit kit, which tries to install malware.
If your office is still running Windows XP, you might be violating government regulations.
Experts say that SSL 3.0 should be disabled even though some legacy products still use it.
The Sandworm vulnerability gets a fix with this month's round of corrective fixes for Microsoft software. Internet Explorer gets a fix, too.
The credentials leaked by an alleged hacker online were likely stolen from other services, the company said.
The vulnerability allows for arbitrary code execution and affects many versions of Windows and Windows Server
Since the end of XP support, small businesses have faced myriad challenges keeping their companies competitive.