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An internet row broke out on Friday around the web-based accounting application KashFlow. John Stokdyk reports


Criminals will always look for the easy way in, be it burglary or IT crime. Are agent login details an open door invitation to fraudsters?


“Sophisticated criminal gangs” behind spate of identity hijacks; investigation ongoing as HMRC warns people to be careful with sensitive ID details.


This afternoon, my husband (co-director ) tried to logged in the Inland Revenue website. We have been using same user ID and password since 2004. This afternoon it did not work.


A regular round-up of stories about web-based applications from our new sister site,


New exploit found in Office Web Components; Jon Wilcox reports on the fifth zero-day hole since February.

Microsoft confirms a critical update for the presentation software will be released on 12 May. Jon Wilcox reports.

Microsoft's traditional "patch Tuesday" security update for April this week tackled the zero-day vulnerability in Excel that has been targeted by variants of the

Critical security announcements and previously undiscovered "zero-day" vulnerabilities are routine in the current computing environment, but the announcement of a flaw in Adobe's Acrobat Reader pro


The privileged user accounts and passwords used by many IT staff to carry out their day-to-day tasks pose one of the biggest risks to company data and are the industry's "dirty little secret", acco