Rather than Patch, Microsoft Blocks Buggy Code
In a rare move, Microsoft declines to fix multiple flaws in Windows 2000, XP.
In Pictures: The Year's Most Hacked Software
Security experts discuss the year's most frequently hacked software.
Embrace the Shift to the Cloud
Qualys Chairman and CEO Philippe Courtot discusses the SaaS and cloud computing revolution.
Race on Between Hackers, Microsoft over IE Zero Day
Microsoft Plugs 15 Holes in Windows, Office
Richie Lai, director of vulnerability research for Qualys, discusses the most dangerous vulnerability addressed in this month's updates.
Getting to Know Your Infrastructure
Qualys CTO discusses the importance of understanding your network in order to build a successful vulnerability management project.
Microsoft Patches 34 Security Holes, Many Critical
Qualys CTO says patches bode well for the future of Windows 7.
Qualys Announces Availability of QualysGuard PCI 4.0
A new addition to the widely adopted QualysGuard PCI DSS Platform, PCI Connect streamlines business operations related to PCI compliance and validation for merchants and acquirers.
SANS: Security Ignores the Two Biggest Cyber Risks
Client-side application vulnerabilities and insecure web apps deserve more attention than operating system bugs, says new research, including vulnerability data collected via Qualys' scanning services,
Microsoft Issues Critical Windows Patches
Microsoft Fixes Eight Security Flaws
Microsoft: Patching Windows 2000 'infeasible'
Microsoft Repairs Windows Media, TCP/IP Vulnerabilities
Firefox Adds Flash Plug-in Update Protection
Microsoft Promises Patch for Critical Web Server Bug
Microsoft Warns of Bug in Internet Information Services Server—Again
Qualys Report Shows Disturbing Persistence of Critical Vulns
It's Time to Embrace (and Prepare for) the Shift to the Cloud
Firms Delinquent on Patching Holes
New survey from Qualys found that nearly 50 percent of the respondents take at least a month to fix problems.
Patching Security Holes Lags as Vulnerabilities Increase
Patch Management Study Shows IT Taking Significant Risks
Microsoft Pushes out ATL, ActiveX Fixes
Microsoft Fixes ActiveX, Media File Flaws in Patch Tuesday Release
Microsoft, Apple, Mozilla Patches Put Heavy Load on IT
Network Security Company Aims for Federal Contracts
Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Peter Pace joins Qualys board of directors
Study Indicates that Vulnerability Management's Getting No Better
Black Hat: Vulnerability Mitigation is Working, Sort of
Firms Patch Some Companies' Bugs Quicker than Others
Out-of-Cycle Patches May Make IE Vulnerabilities Worse
Microsoft Rushes Patches to Fix 'Big Deal' Programming Flaw
Microsoft Issues Emergency Fixes For IE, Visual Studio
Microsoft Pounces on IE, Visual Studio Flaws
Microsoft to Go out-of-Band on Tuesday with Visual Studio Patch
Researchers Rate All Six Microsoft Patches as Critical
ActiveX Office Vulnerability Could Give Attacker Control
ActiveX Office Vulnerability Could Give Attacker Control
July Patch Partly Addresses ActiveX Holes
Microsoft Patches 9 Bugs, Leaves One Open for Hackers
Two zero-days and critical font bug quashed; no fix for Monday's ActiveX vulnerability
Hot or Not: SCAP is Heating Up
Adobe Launches Its Own 'Patch Tuesday'
First quarterly patch fixes 13 critical bugs in Reader and Acrobat
Hot or Not: Web Application Vulnerabilities Hit Inflection Point
Microsoft Sets Record with Monster Windows, IE, Office Update
Microsoft Issues Patches, Including One for IE Exploit
Microsoft Patches 31 Vulnerabilities From IE to Windows
Network Security & Hardware: Whodunit? Finding Security Vulnerabilities in Application Code
The Cloud's Mix 'n' Match Muddle
Cloud Computing Will Win Out, Says Qualys CEO
Bay Area Tech Profits from Software Shift
San Francisco-area software-as-a-service companies, including Qualys of Redwood City, an online security firm, continue to grow revenue.
Patch Adobe's PDF Bug Pronto, Expert Urges
'More important' to patch Reader than Microsoft's PowerPoint, says Qualys CTO
Apple Issues Monster Update For OS X, Safari
Patch Tuesday Addresses PowerPoint Vulnerabilities
Microsoft Patches PowerPoint Zero-Day
Qualys: IT Admins Neglecting Adobe Patches
Cloud Security Will Supplant Patching, Says Report Author
Qualys CTO describes how the patching cycle is caught by the law of diminishing returns.
Tech Industry Split on Cybersecurity Regulations
Automating Security Assessments in Security
With Adobe Reader Zero-Day Circulating, Patching for Older Bug Lags
Up to 20% of PCs Never Install Security Patches
RSA 2009: Cloud Computing will Disrupt Security Market
Cloud Computing will Disrupt Security Market
Security Vendors Keep Head in the Cloud at RSA Conference
Updated Research of the Largest Base of Real-World Vulnerability Data
Windows Vulnerabilities Never Really Die
Windows Bugs Never Really Die
Q&A with Philippe Courtot: Changing Security as We Know It
Security-as-a-Service Enters the Mainstream at RSA 2009
Qualys Announces Web Apps Scanning
Web Applications Security Scanner Introduced
Microsoft Patches 'Insane' Number of Bugs
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday Filled with Zero-Day Exploits
1 in 5 Windows PCs Still Hackable by Conficker
5% of business machines infected with the worm
'Entrepreneur' Means Little in France
The Downside to Virtualization: Security Risks
Conficker's Patch Gambit Exposed By Researchers
Hybrid Model Brings Security to the Cloud
Qualys provides a unique hybrid of the cloud model that offers security assurance to customers.
Conficker: Over 300,000 Domains Blocked, Millions Infected
Conficker April 1 Update Won't Result In Attack, Experts Say
Most Say Conficker Worm Won't Wreak April 1 Havoc
Researchers Exploit Conficker Flaw to Find Infected PCs
Conficker Flaw Reveals Which Computers are Infected
Flaw in Conficker Worm May Aid Cleanup Effort
Found: An Achilles Heel for Conficker
Conficker Detection Tool Released as D-Day Nears
Security Researchers Score Win Against Conficker Worm
Adobe Issues Patch to Block Zero-Day Flaw
Critical No-click Adobe Vulnerability Fixed, for Some
Potentially poisonous PDFs put to pasture by popular patch
Adobe Patches Acrobat Reader for Zero-Day Flaw
Microsoft Update Fixes Critical Image Flaw
Microsoft Plugs Remote Execution, Spoofing Holes in Windows
Microsoft Patches 'Evil' Windows Kernel Bug
RSA Conference: Preview to the Future
Qualys CTO Wolfgang Kandek Talks Security with The Tech Herald
Hackers Target IE7
Web Applications: The Coming Threats
Software-as-a-service is becoming a staple of small and mid-sized businesses
Microsoft Plugs Critical Exchange, IE Holes
Microsoft Tuesday patched eight vulnerabilities -- three of them marked "critical" -- in the company's Internet Explorer (IE), Office, Exchange and SQL Server software.
Security Expert Says Microsoft Should Cut IE's Links to Windows
Qualys CTO Wolfgang Kandek says Microsoft should update IE separately, and often, like Firefox and Chrome.
Metasploit To (Almost) Go SaaS
Security Threats Rise in Recession
Clickjacking Flaw Hits Chrome and Firefox
Worm Infects Millions of Computers Worldwide
Risks and Solutions Featuring First Advantage
Security risks might not change, but the priorities of threats to an organization do. First Advantage found help, reports Greg Masters.