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Microsoft to axe thousands in new job cuts round
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UK and US ponder cyber attack retaliation
Pentagon toys with offline response.
Jun 1 2011 6:24AM
E-book 'thieves' threaten authors' incomes
Industry issued 32,000 takedown notices last year.
Apr 19 2011 11:36AM
RSA 2010: Encryption and anti-virus are failing, warn experts
Traditional approaches growing increasingly useless.
Mar 3 2010 2:22PM
Security vendors warn of Christmas e-crime spike
The IT security vendor community came out in force today to warn consumers and corporate web surfers that internet criminals are likely to double their efforts over the Christmas season to infect machines and steal sensitive data.
Dec 3 2008 9:44AM
Watchdogs warn of IE 6 flaw
Security experts are warning of a new security vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6..
Jun 27 2008 1:34PM
Analysts warn of DRam price hikes
DRam prices are set to rise over the coming months, according to new research..
Apr 26 2008 10:22AM
Experts warn of 'Tornado' hacker tool
Security researchers have discovered a new web-based attack tool which exploits up to 14 browser vulnerabilities and installs malware on the user's system..
Apr 24 2008 7:29AM
Experts warn of null pointer flaws
Recently discovered Flash vulnerabilities indicate that 'null pointer' security flaws could quickly evolve into "the next big thing in hacking exploits "..
Apr 22 2008 7:36AM
Experts warn of 'industrialisation' of IT
Many organisations are failing to exploit falling prices in products and services that should accompany the commoditisation of IT, according to analysts..
Apr 10 2008 7:31AM
Researchers warn of chip and Pin flaws
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have warned that chip and Pin machines are not as secure as the banking industry claims.
Feb 29 2008 2:20PM
Experts warn of hacking 'cold war'
Government groups around the world are becoming increasingly involved in efforts to launch and defend against web-based attacks, security experts warn..
Nov 30 2007 8:07AM
Police warn South Australians of Nigerian scammers
South Australian Police are warning local residents of a surge in Nigerian scam emails targeting South Australian residents.
Nov 23 2007 3:06PM
Researchers warn of serious Windows flaw
A group of Israeli researchers claims to have discovered a serious vulnerability in Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system..
Nov 14 2007 7:19AM
AOL patches flaw with AIM 6.5; experts warn against corporate platform use
AOL patched a flaw allowing remote code execution when it released AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) 6.5, but researchers are still urging caution for enterprise users of the application.
Oct 18 2007 10:05AM
Experts warn of 'menacing' internet addiction
Internet addiction is as dangerous as other "extreme addictive disorders" including gambling, sex addiction and kleptomania, according to Israeli researchers.
Aug 21 2007 7:59AM
Doctors warn of iPod lightning danger
Shocking tale of injury.
Jul 17 2007 1:44PM
Researchers warn of bogus Microsoft patch spam
Users are being warned of a new phishing scam falsely telling recipients they need to download a Microsoft patch.
Jun 28 2007 9:59AM
Experts warn of .doc attacks
Legacy copies of Word wide open.
Apr 27 2007 3:30PM
Police warn of PS3 launch mugging danger
Game and HMV cancel midnight launches.
Mar 22 2007 10:55AM
Experts warn of Mother's Day hacking attack
Hackers are expected to exploit the mass-dispatch of Mother's Day emails this weekend to launch malware attacks, experts have warned.
Mar 19 2007 1:00AM
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