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Microsoft extends Windows XP downgrade rights
Enterprises running Windows 7 can revert to XP for at least another 10 years.
Jul 14 2010 7:32AM
Zero-day Microsoft flaw already being exploited
Vulnerability published by Google researcher could allow remote code execution.
Jun 17 2010 7:01AM
Thousands of websites infected with 'backdoor code': Websense
Threats changing hourly.
May 5 2010 11:33AM
Sony inspires ire over Linux ban
Company will remove OS option from Playstation 3 this week.
Apr 1 2010 2:52PM
Google Hong Kong site already being censored
Move to evade Chinese censors only partially successful.
Mar 26 2010 6:28AM
Mozilla confirms trojan-infected Firefox add-ons
Browser firm admits failing to spot malware.
Feb 6 2010 6:37AM
Nortel cleared to sell off enterprise business
Avaya first in queue.
Aug 6 2009 7:06AM
Astronaut send world's first tweets from space
NASA astronaut Mike Massimino has made Twitter history by sending the first ever tweets from space.
May 15 2009 2:53PM
RSA 2009: Benefits and dangers of device fingerprinting
Device fingerprinting has security experts and privacy advocates split down the middle.
Apr 24 2009 11:30AM
Google may face monopoly probe
Google may find itself at the centre of an US antitrust investigation after comments made by a new member of the Obama administration.
Feb 19 2009 3:34PM
UNIX clock reaches historic milestone
UNIX users around the world witnessed a historical moment in computing history Saturday when the epoch time clock rolled over onto 1234567890.
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Rumours hint at HP iPhone rival
HP is said to be preparing a rival to Apple's popular iPhone, with sources suggesting that it will ship before the end of the year.
Oct 7 2008 12:37AM
Data breaches already surpass 2007 total
The number of reported data breaches has already surpassed last year's total, according to a report from Identity Theft Resource Center.
Aug 27 2008 8:40AM
BD+ encryption cracked already
Controversial DVD decryption firm SlySoft may already have broken the 'unbreakable' BD+ protection afforded to Blu-ray discs.
Nov 2 2007 7:42AM
Do you already know your cyber attacker?
The victim of a hardware robbery decided to investigate things further when his business began to suffer. Justice was served as the culprits were caught and legal history was made. Neil Hare-Brown explains how
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