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Firefox 3.6.13 issued to fix 13 flaws
Eleven "critical" flaws.
Dec 13 2010 3:12PM
Apple releases OS X update, fixes 13 flaws
Fifth OS update of the year.
Aug 26 2010 1:19PM
"Iceman" hacker gets 13 years
CardersMarket mastermind behind bars.
Feb 17 2010 10:41AM
Cyber-crooks sting South Africa for £13 million
A cyber-crime syndicate is believed to have defrauded the South African government of more than £12.8 million in a series of spyware frauds..
Jun 12 2008 2:16PM
Medion sells laptops with 13 year-old virus
German PC vendor Medion gave some of its customers an unwanted blast from the past when it shipped laptops loaded with a 13 year-old virus.
Sep 17 2007 7:43AM
HSDPA attracts 1.3 million users in Korea
HSDPA mobile data technology has attracted more than 1.3 million users in Korea just four months after the country rolled out the high speed mobile networks nationwide.
Jul 23 2007 12:21PM
Apple issues 13 security fixes
Problems with CoreGraphics, Fetchmail, iChat and mDNSResponder.
May 28 2007 11:14AM
DDoS attack 'badly damaged' two root web servers
Last month's DDoS attack on the systems-regarded as the backbone of the internet-badly damaged two of the web's 13 root servers, according to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Mar 13 2007 9:36AM
Social Security numbers of 1.3 million Chicago voters distributed to candidates
The Social Security numbers (SSNs) of 1.3 million Chicago voters were compromised when they were distributed to city aldermen and ward committeemen this month.
Jan 25 2007 6:56PM
IBM: $1.3 billion ISS buy will create 'world leader in security services'
Bolstering its presence in the security marketplace, computing giant IBM has agreed to acquire network intrusion and managed services provider Internet Security Systems (ISS) for about $1.3 billion, the two companies announced today.
Aug 23 2006 9:51PM
IBM to acquire ISS for $1.3 billion
Computing giant IBM will acquire information security and service provider Internet Security Systems (ISS) for about $1.3 billion, the two companies announced today.
Aug 23 2006 3:44PM
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Jul 21 2006 3:37PM
Unlucky 13 sacked by Merrill Lynch over porn
U.S. financial giant Merrill Lynch dismissed 13 staff members at its Dublin office after they had sent pornographic material through the company email system. This followed the suspension of 20 staffers the previous week following an internal investigation.
Jun 27 2006 11:21AM
Sober now one in 13 emails
The latest variant of the Sober worm, called the most widespread virus outbreak ever, has infected one in every 13 email messages, according to a leading online security company.
Dec 6 2005 2:54PM
Microsoft to issue 13 security advisories
Microsoft is readying its customers for the release of 13 new security advisories, including fixes for Microsoft Office, Windows Media Player and MSN Messenger that are rated as critical.
Feb 4 2005 3:20PM
VPN and firewall sales up 13%
Global sales of firewall and virtual private network (VPN) software and appliances climbed to $2.4 billion, an increase of 13 per cent, in 2003.
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Friday 13: should you beware?
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