While media around the world are excited by the announcement of every new zero-day vulnerabilities, attackers yawn, according to Microsoft. Presenting Volume 11 of its Security Intelligence Report at the RSA Conference in Europe on October 11, Microsoft pointed out that less than one percent of the attacks its report identified …
What does "(descended because it was used by the Stuxnet family)" mean?
Is that what it said? Retroactive continuity! They make it much clearer now.
meatbags are the weakest link...again....
Of course 99% of the attacks are old ones. Zombies run forever, y'know
The 1% are the ones that will kill you. 'Cos those are the ones that no-one has seen (except MS when they created them)
Rather than beefing-up the SAS, we really should be relying on Dad's Army?
They don't like it up 'em.
"You! Vhat is YOUR passvord?"
"Don't tell him, Pike!"
How about the complete removal (not just a disable option)
of Autorun functionality on any writable drive?
Why writrable media?
There have been many cases of malware being distributed on CDs in the past, for example - including Sony's infamous rootkit!
I'll settle for it being disabled
by default coupled with the ability to sue the beejezus out of any vendor whose software changes my settings. In a court in southeast Texas of course.
- 20 Freescale staff on vanished Malaysia Airlines flight MH370
- Fee fie Firefox: Mozilla's lawyers probe Dell over browser install charge
- Neil Young touts MP3 player that's no Piece of Crap
- Review Distro diaspora: Four flavours of Ubuntu unpacked
- Sysadmins and devs: Do these job descriptions make any sense?