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The word is that after throwing its new software creation Windows Vista at the mercy of some of the foremost security experts in the world,…
Passports embedded with radio frequency identification (RFID) chips can be easily cloned and can potentially make passport holders a target for terrorists, security experts have…
Saturday, 05 August 2006 10:03

Another patchy performance from Microsoft

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It seems to be a case of another second Tuesday of the month another dozen patches for Microsoft software. According to the software giant, we…
At the Black Hat security event, which has been running for the past few days in Las Vegas, Microsoft's new operating system, Windows Vista, has…
Three major flaws in the Intel Centrino Wi-Fi device drivers have been described as horrible by a world leading security expert. The flaws will require…
Thursday, 03 August 2006 14:11

MacBook hack attack the talk of Black Hat

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A demonstration of a hack into an Apple MacBook computer on a wireless network has caused a stir at the Black Hat security event currently…
Wednesday, 02 August 2006 17:23

eEye says I spy a flaw in McAfee

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eEye Digital Security, the security company which specialises in finding flaws in the products of other security companies, has been at it again. This time…
US-based internet security firm SurfControl has warned email users to be on the lookout for an email phishing scam that appears to be a message…
The agreement between Symantec and Yahoo, which will see the Norton range of consumer security products offered to Yahoo users at a heavily discounted rate…
Tuesday, 25 July 2006 17:12

US tops dirty dozen spammers

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The US and China are vying for the title as the world's largest spamming nation, according to a new report.

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