The Mozilla Foundation has removed at least ten vulnerabilities from its browser, three of which were classified as critical by the developers.more »
Vulnerabilities have been discovered in two major media players for Linux. A Xine-Lib vulnerability also affects Mplayer.more »
Linux distributor Red Hat has released version 8 of the Red Hat Directory Server.more »
The makers of Asterisk, the Open Source phone system, have removed a bug that allowed denial of service attacks under certain circumstances.more »
Oxygen Office Professional 2.3.1 for Windows and Linux fixes a number of bugs.more »
Security researchers Secunia have discovered a vulnerability in StarOffice that gives attackers the ability to execute arbitrary code. The developers of the free counterpart, OpenOffice, removed the problem last week.more »
The latest version of the office suite, version 2.3.1, removes bugs and closes vulnerabilities.more »
Security researchers at Secunia have reported two security bugs in the Rsync synchronization tool and one in the current Linux kernel.more »
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