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Exposed McDonald's data may be linked to third-party
Possibly part of broader attack.
Dec 17 2010 11:36AM
American Express may have failed to encrypt data
Credit card information not secured.
May 26 2010 12:53PM
Analysts: Software piracy may have peaked
IDC finds slight fall in piracy in Australia.
May 12 2010 11:04AM
Google hackers may have targeted 100+ firms
New research shows scale of attacks was much wider than at first thought.
Mar 1 2010 2:18PM
Apple releases patches for 12 flaws
Latest security update.
Jan 21 2010 6:32AM
Google Voice could go global
Leaked PDF reveals giant's plans.
Nov 2 2009 6:46AM
Windows 7 boost to IT industry may be short-lived
Break symbiotic hardware/software upgrade cycle.
Sep 22 2009 6:50AM
Radisson reveals details of data hack
Credit card details compromised?
Aug 21 2009 6:07AM
Two new pieces of Mac malware surface
Two new pieces of malware for Apple computers have been found in the wild, according to security firm Sophos.
Jun 11 2009 2:49PM
Spam accounted for 90 percent of all email in May
Spam is back on the rise, according to Symantec's MessageLabs monthly report.
May 27 2009 10:48AM
Sun may have broken US bribery laws
Sun Microsystems has admitted that members of its company may have bribed foreign officials.
May 12 2009 1:14PM
Swedish hacker indicted for Cisco attack
A 21 year old Swedish hacker has been indicted for attacks on Cisco that saw the networking giant’s source code stolen.
May 7 2009 1:15PM
Adobe PDF vulnerability fix slated for May 12
Adobe said it plans to release an update by May 12 for the recently disclosed Reader and Acrobat vulnerability.
May 5 2009 9:53AM
Conficker E set to become dormant on May 3
Shavlik Technologies has predicted that the E variant of the Conficker worm will be killed off on the 3rd of May.
Apr 17 2009 10:08AM
Microsoft slip-up reveals Windows 7 date
An apparent slip-up by Microsoft has revealed the company's expected date for a Windows 7 Release Candidate.
Mar 28 2009 8:06AM
Dell tipped for smartphone launch in February
Dell is planning to launch a line of smartphones, according to reports, and may introduce its first handset models as early as February.
Jan 31 2009 1:01AM
UIQ may be rescued
There's a good chance that the Symbian user interface specialist UIQ may be taken over by another business, according to the Inquirer.
Nov 19 2008 6:45AM
Hackers may face death penalty in Pakistan
Hackers whose efforts cause the death of a person will face the death penalty in Pakistan.
Nov 7 2008 9:59AM
San Francisco network repairs may cost $1 million
San Francisco’s FiberWAN network, which the city
of after an administrator changed user passwords, is now back under government control.
Sep 12 2008 4:19PM
Samsung may take over SanDisk
Consumer electronics and memory chip vendor Samsung is reportedly in talks to by flash storage vendor SanDisk.
Sep 8 2008 6:33AM
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