• uTorrent found vulnerable to remote attack; better upgrade quick

    Photo from this girl’s Flickr Users of uTorrent and the official BitTorrent client will want to upgrade to the latest version ASAP because of a recently discovered security vulnerability. It’s been discovered that uTorrent 1.7.5 (build 4602), uTorrent 1.8 (alpha 7834) and BitTorrent 6.0 (build 5535) are all vulnerable to a remote denial… Read More

  • Gmail vulnerability porks your inbox

    Looks like everyone with a Gmail account has something new to worry about. The unreleased, proof of concept vulnerability discovered by some security specialist can set filters on your inbox to block and/or automatically forward any email you receive. Weak. Although the threat is labeled as serious at the moment, don’t worry. Google patches up vital holes pretty efficiently and there are… Read More

  • Internet Explorer 7 Vulnerability Found Within 24 Hours of Release

    We’re fans of both IE and the ‘Fox here at Crunch, but you gotta hand it to Microsoft for having a browser that’s got a vulnerability within 24 hours of release. Of course, Secunia rates this one as “less critical,” and it’s likely that this vulnerability was discovered way back in beta but just never reported, but the timing really makes Microsoft look… Read More