WA govt imposes standard discounts on new PC panel suppliers 
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Wants cost savings, better access to new tech.
 
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By Ry Crozier | Jan 16, 2014 | Comment Now 
Erases memory of delays.
 
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And fires massive attack on Flash zero days.
 
WikiLeaks maps intercept money mines 
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Assange accuses Australia of developing and selling spy systems.
 
Microsoft dismisses zero-day threats 
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Conventional problems are more worthy of your time.
 
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Trading Post aspect of case turns up more legal concern.
 
Core Security Technologies Core Impact Professional 
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Not a cheap penetration testing tool, but given its performance it can be excellent value.
 
Zero day flaw hits Microsoft's Internet Explorer 
 
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Releases 29 patches for two products.
 
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Hackers can 'wreak havoc' with zero byte scripts 
 
Hackers can 'wreak havoc' with zero byte scripts 
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Steven Hawking to try zero gravity 
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Expert in theory about to face a practical.
 
Second Word zero day flaw found 
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Microsoft may have to rethink patch Tuesday.
 
Experts warn of surge in zero-day flaws 
By Clement James | Nov 21, 2006 | Comment Now 
Security experts at the Sans Institute warned last week of a major surge in zero-day flaws as part of its 2006 update to the Top 20 Internet Security Attack Targets list.
 
Zero day attacks 
By Ian Schenkel | Mar 2, 2005 | Comment Now 
Zero Day attacks sound like an invention of science fiction, but the threat of damage from a previously unidentified – and therefore unprotected-against – risk to IT systems is ...
 
Virus writers approach zero day exploits 
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Four days was all virus writers needed to take advantage of the latest Internet Explorer vulnerability. Mydoom AG, which sends links to a website unwittingly hosted by an ...
 
Go for zero point of compromise 
By Joe Uniejewski | Sep 15, 2004 | Comment Now 
Joe Uniejewski warns that concentrating sensitive data in one place is no longer a responsible solution
 
ACE serves time on zero day attacks  
By Robert Jaques | Sep 6, 2004 | Comment Now 
Global insurance company ACE has rolled out a network perimeter security system designed to protect itself from the danger posed by zero-day attacks.
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