Posted by Oyya-Info on Monday, June 15, 2009,
With the Conficker worm still hot and Microsoft patching multiple software vulnerabilities last week, it might be reasonable to assume the bad guys are winning the battle to get control over Internet-connected computers.
That's not necessarily the case. Developers are increasingly equipped
with tools to shore up their products and vendors are collaborating in
unprecedented ways to not only close holes in software, but also make
sure they aren't in there in the first place, according to se...