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SharePoint users cold on public cloud

SharePoint users cold on public cloud

Keeping it close.
Oct 6 2011 2:29PM
Researcher plans to unveil a month of Twitter bugs in July

Researcher plans to unveil a month of Twitter bugs in July

A security researcher plans to use next month to disclose a slew of bugs that could yield worm outbreaks in microblogging platform Twitter.
Jun 17 2009 11:11AM
Much work to be done as US National Cyber Security Awareness Month begins

Much work to be done as US National Cyber Security Awareness Month begins

A joint McAfee and National Cyber Security Alliance study, released today to kick off National Cyber Security Awareness Month, reports that while 98 percent of 378 respondents believe keeping security software up to date is important, less than half – 48 percent – of their computers had not been updated in the past month.
Oct 3 2007 10:11AM
iPhone to cost US$60 to US$100 a month

iPhone to cost US$60 to US$100 a month

Apple reveals last piece of mobile puzzle.
Jun 28 2007 8:10AM
Tegatech has record month

Tegatech has record month

SYDNEY - Niche tablet PC distributor Tegatech Australia has more than tripled its reseller base during 2006-2007.
Jun 19 2007 7:26AM
Month of ActiveX Bugs project reveals Office 2000 flaw

Month of ActiveX Bugs project reveals Office 2000 flaw

Microsoft is looking into reports of a flaw in Office 2000 disclosed as part of the Month of ActiveX Bugs (MoAxB) project.
May 25 2007 9:36AM
Google and Yahoo beware; month of search engine bugs coming

Google and Yahoo beware; month of search engine bugs coming

A hacker using the alias "Mustlive" announced this week that June will feature the next month-long vulnerability disclosure project, this one dedicated to search engine bugs.
May 18 2007 10:04AM
Anti-phishing, financial groups to hold e-crime summit this month

Anti-phishing, financial groups to hold e-crime summit this month

The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) announced today that it will join representatives from the financial services and law enforcement communities to host the Counter eCrime Operations Summit later this month.
May 4 2007 10:12AM
Two Office flaws found in Month of ActiveX bugs

Two Office flaws found in Month of ActiveX bugs

A hacker known as shinnai kicked off his "Month of ActiveX Bugs" (MoAxB) project with a bang by exposing a number of severe vulnerabilities affecting OCX controls in Microsoft Office.
May 3 2007 9:58AM
Month of MySpace bugs kicks off

Month of MySpace bugs kicks off

Two hackers on Sunday began their planned month of MySpace bugs project that is expected to reveal 30 vulnerabilities this month that affect the popular social networking site.
Apr 3 2007 9:54AM
Hackers threaten month of MySpace vulnerabilities

Hackers threaten month of MySpace vulnerabilities

Two hackers are planning to fill April's calendar with a month's worth of MySpace vulnerabilities - if the project isn't an April Fools' Day prank.
Mar 20 2007 1:40AM
Symantec announces Norton 360

Symantec announces Norton 360

Symantec today announced the availability of Norton 360, the security giant's new solution - billed as an all-in-one defense against viruses, spyware and phishing attacks while also offering back-up capabilities and PC tune-up functions.
Feb 27 2007 5:17AM
Apple fixes five Mac OS X

Apple fixes five Mac OS X

Apple has offered fixes for five critical vulnerabilities unveiled during January's Month of Apple Bugs (MoAB) project.
Feb 16 2007 6:24PM
Month of Apple Bugs projects reveals highly critical Mac OS X flaw

Month of Apple Bugs projects reveals highly critical Mac OS X flaw

A highly-critical vulnerability in Mac OS X that can be exploited to compromise users' systems was disclosed on Thursday.
Jan 12 2007 7:06AM
New Year's resolution? Publish a month of Mac bugs

New Year's resolution? Publish a month of Mac bugs

Mac OS X will be the focus of the next month-of-bugs project, scheduled to kick off 1 January, a leading security blog reported today.
Dec 20 2006 9:07AM
The Month: Symantec reports weaknesses in Windows Vista

The Month: Symantec reports weaknesses in Windows Vista

Symantec has reported a number of vulnerabilities in Windows Vista in its third report on the new OS. Although the two companies are partners, Symantec is now in direct competition with Microsoft following the latter's move into the anti-virus space.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
The Month: New threat to businesses emerges

The Month: New threat to businesses emerges

A new threat to businesses has emerged from an unlikely quarter: peripheral devices. Researchers have warned that so-called JitterBugs could be implanted in a keyboard or mouse, which would then covertly transmit user keystrokes.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
The Month: US Senate ratifies Convention on Cybercrime

The Month: US Senate ratifies Convention on Cybercrime

The US Senate has ratified the international Convention on Cybercrime, bringing the long-running treaty discussion one step nearer reality.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
The Month: Online multiplayer games at risk from hackers

The Month: Online multiplayer games at risk from hackers

Online multiplayer games are at increasing risk from hackers, according to a Microsoft security development engineer.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
The Month: Researchers raise concern over RFID security

The Month: Researchers raise concern over RFID security

Researchers have raised concerns over Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) security and privacy, just as US passports containing the tags are issued.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM

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