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Stuxnet developers made "too many mistakes"
Researcher suggests Stuxnet was nothing special.
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First hour of a phishing campaign the most effective
Taking down sites after five hours pointless.
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Revision to PCI standards welcomed despite minor changes
Calls made for tokenisation to be incorporated.
Nov 1 2010 9:21AM
'Old-new' Windows vulnerability discovered
200 apps possibly affected.
Aug 24 2010 2:01PM
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Harvests banking and card details.
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Hotmail update reaches just one percent of users
Microsoft admits sluggish rollout, but says it's worth the wait.
Jul 1 2010 7:04AM
Facebook offers privacy from marketers
Site to remove user IDs from referral URLs shared with advertisers.
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Thousands of websites infected with 'backdoor code': Websense
Threats changing hourly.
May 5 2010 11:33AM
Yahoo accounts of journalists based in China and Taiwan hacked
Foreign journalists and academics targeted.
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EMC restates financials after settling DoJ probe
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iDefense retracts claims made on Adobe's involvement in cyber attacks
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Oracle fined $11,500 over misleading ads
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Microsoft refreshes Vista Service Pack 2
Microsoft has published an updated version of Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista, according to reports.
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Emails in the ongoing class action law suit against Microsoft over its Vista Capable campaign have revealed the depth of animosity it caused with Microsoft partners.
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Silicon Valley start-up Verayo is claiming to have produced a system that provides unclonable RFID chips..
Sep 9 2008 3:15PM
World's highest phone call made from Everest
I'm on the mountain ....
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Microsoft Vista beta made widely available
Microsoft made Windows Vista beta 2 available to the wider public today for PC users interested in testing the next generation operating system.
Jun 8 2006 9:16PM
Study: Most malware made to make money
Malicious software coded by cyber criminals for financial gain accounted for some 70 percent of all malware detected during the first quarter of 2006, according to a report released today.
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