"The vulnerability still exists in Internet Explorer in that it's very lenient in how it pulls CSS, but right now nobody is publishing a way that it can be leveraged to do something useful," Michael Sutton, director of VeriSign company iDefense, told TechNewsWorld. "That's not to say that somebody won't find a way. I'm sure somebody will come up with a creative way to leverage it to do something evil."
And Michael Sutton, director of the i-Defense Lab, told TechNewsWorld that rootkits are "evolving into new generations that are harder to detect." Malicious Messaging...
Michael Sutton, director of the iDefense Lab, told LinuxInsider that given the various reports citing flaws in most every browser, it's a mistake for companies to base browser selections on security alone "Security is certainly very important, but organizations should be apply...
Michael Sutton, the director of iDefense Labs for VeriSign/iDefense, told TechNewsWorld that although there were no show stoppers in this month's Patch Tuesday batch, there are some important flaws under the "critical" category "that are certainly deserving of that ranking." T...
Firefox is not alone. Other popular Web browsers, including Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Apple's Safari, also have a list of fixed flaws to their credit. Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs, the company's vulnerability research arm, told LinuxInsider there are several reasons why we see so many browser flaws...
Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs, told TechNewsWorld that any time there is the possibility of a remote attack on a widely deployed system, it is reason for concern. While it is not a critical flaw, he said it is serious because so many machines could be affected by this vulnerability...
Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs, the company's vulnerability research arm, told LinuxInsider that the vulnerabilities were low- to mid-level critical. Of the 12 bugs, he said public exploit code is available for three of them. The availability of public exploit code increases user risk...
Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs' vulnerability research department, told TechNewsWorld that vulnerabilities in commonly used file formats, such as PDFs, increase the severity of the potential impact because they are widely traded, trusted document types "There aren't...
Just as Microsoft has received credit for improving its security response, iDefense Labs Director and leader of the Vulnerability Aggregation Team Michael Sutton told TechNewsWorld that security software vendors have improved their approach and response to securing their own products...
Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs, told TechNewsWorld the early SP2 security issues are not major ones. However, the vulnerability expert did indicate that SP2 will undergo a tremendous amount of scrutiny because it is a Microsoft product and because it focuses on security, challenging both attackers and experts in a sense...
"Overall, I think they have made some important strides," iDefense Labs director Michael Sutton told TechNewsWorld. "I don't think they're there yet." And even as Microsoft caused less fear than previous patch releases for more dangerous vulnerabilities, the company's software...
"Overall, I think they have made some important strides," iDefense director Michael Sutton told ECT News Network. "I don't think they're there yet." And even as Microsoft caused less fear than previous patch releases for more dangerous vulnerabilities, the company's software s...
Michael Sutton, director of iDefense Labs, said the number of critically rated vulnerabilities highlights the importance of the Microsoft patches. "When eight of 20 are what they thought to classify as critical, it's pretty significant," Sutton told TechNewsWorld. "Critical m...