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TechCrunch hacked to distribute Zeus Trojan via JavaScript file  
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Google puts Chrome 2 out on final release 
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Yoda coders: with them Friday, the Force is 
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Programmers of Yoda translation sites across the Web are preparing for sharp traffic spikes to coincide with "International Talk Like Yoda" day today.
 
Adobe grappling with another PDF vulnerability 
By Dan Kaplan | Apr 29, 2009 | Comment Now 
Adobe again is staring down a zero-day vulnerability in its popular Reader software, according to a new security advisory.
 
Mozilla fixes critical Firefox flaws 
By David Neal | Apr 23, 2009 | Comment Now 
Mozilla has announced a number of fixes for its Firefox browser, warning that four of the flaws are critical.
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