It’s been an interesting week for IT security. Next to the, almost usual, patches Microsoft advises it’s users to install asap, a nasty domain name spoofing problem emerged in the open source browser Firefox. Even software like F-Secure that should be protecting your systemsfrom getting infected has been proven to have some serious issues of […]
Wheeeee, Firefox 1.0 has been released! Get it if you’re not using it already. Get it even if you’re using the PR release, because the nice Mozilla folks have implemented a number of bugfixes and security issues, together with some enhancements to make it worth the two minutes it takes to run the installation. Hey, […]
This is a bad thing I happened to bump into today. The people at openwares.org are apparently offering open sourced software with mal- or spyware included. The guys at methlabs.org developing PeerGuardian for one have come across tampered versions of their open source software. Even download.com has fallen for this trap, and is distributing a […]
Interesting read on how Microsoft’s FUD campaign against Open Source Software is failing, and this is what I would like to see more with software used by governments.