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Microsoft extends Windows XP downgrade rights
Enterprises running Windows 7 can revert to XP for at least another 10 years.
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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.
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Sony inspires ire over Linux ban
Company will remove OS option from Playstation 3 this week.
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Browser firm admits failing to spot malware.
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Nortel cleared to sell off enterprise business
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