The number of zero-day and Web browser vulnerabilities shot up in 2014, but overall software vendors are patching faster.
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At least one of Microsoft's Patch Tuesday updates looks like an excellent candidate to hackers as they poke around for bugs in the now-retired Windows XP.
The popular Full-Disclosure mailing list that has served as a public discussion forum for vulnerability researchers for the past 12 years was suspended indefinitely by its maintainer.
Recently released security updates for the popular Joomla content management system (CMS) address a SQL injection vulnerability that poses a high risk and can be exploited to extract information from the databases of Joomla-based sites.
The number of vulnerabilities found in Microsoft's Windows 7 and XP operating systems doubled last year over 2012, with the highest number of flaws reported in Windows 8, according to new research from Secunia.
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