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The US relayed considerably more spam than other nations, with just under a fifth (19.8%) of the world's spam originating from US-based computers over the…
A firmware update for Apple's AirPort Extreme draft 802.11n base station closes a pair of security holes.
Friday, 06 April 2007 03:09

Podloso: world's lamest virus?

Kaspersky Lab claims to have discovered the first iPod virus, which it has has named Podloso.
In a case of a malware purveyor attacking pirate file-sharers, security vendor Sophos has warned of a bizarre Trojan horse which has been distributed on…
The Month of Apple Bugs may be over, but Kevin Finisterre hasn't given up on searching for vulnerabilities. A Secunia advisory released this week describes…
Wednesday, 28 February 2007 09:29

F5 claims Vista SSL VPN first

A new version of F5's FirePass Controller SSL VPN software is the first of its kind to support Windows Vista (as well as Mac OS…
Monday, 26 February 2007 06:00

Kaspersky AV goes mobile

Despite its name, Kaspersky Anti-Virus Mobile does more than simply protect Symbian and Windows Mobile smartphones from viruses - it also helps defend users from…
A buffer overflow vulnerability in Snort, the popular open-source intrusion detection system for Linux and Windows, could lead to the compromise of the system it…
It's not a case of the lucky sevens for Cisco - 77 of their routers are vulnerable to the threat of drive-by pharming too! Which…
Microsoft's OneCare anti-virus failed to block 37 malicious programs during an independent test of Vista-capable anti-virus software.



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