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Patch Windows now, Homeland Security warns

Patch Windows now, Homeland Security warns

In an unusual advisory, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) urged PC users and system administrators to apply a recently released patch for Microsoft Windows as soon as possible.
Aug 10 2006 7:36PM
Now a VA subcontractor's computer is missing

Now a VA subcontractor's computer is missing

Three months after a laptop breach put the personal information of millions of active duty service people at risk, another computer containing the personal information of veterans has gone missing.
Aug 8 2006 8:59PM
Vishing scams now duping consumers

Vishing scams now duping consumers

Just as consumers have learned to protect their identities online from phishers, they are facing a new VoIP-enabled telephone scam based on the same principals, experts reported this week.
Jul 14 2006 3:10PM
Sci-fi homes of the future arriving now

Sci-fi homes of the future arriving now

Entertainment systems pave way for automated homes.
Jul 4 2006 9:45AM
Former spam king Pitylak now trying to earn firms' trust as anti-spam consultant

Former spam king Pitylak now trying to earn firms' trust as anti-spam consultant

Just days after settling one suit with Microsoft and another by the Texas attorney general still pending against him, former spam king Ryan Pitylak is now offering his services to the anti-spam community.
Jun 6 2006 11:02PM
Spam now a dangerous time waster

Spam now a dangerous time waster

Security firm Panda Labs has hit out at spam, warning it has become an increasingly dangerous threat going beyond the traditional perception of it being nothing more than a nuisance.
Apr 26 2006 10:18AM
SiteAdvisor now part of McAfee

SiteAdvisor now part of McAfee

McAfee has acquired SiteAdvisor, an internet safety firm best known for its website ratings, the companies announced today.
Apr 5 2006 8:18PM
Now up and running: XP on a Mac

Now up and running: XP on a Mac

Two hackers have some more spending money in their pockets after figuring out how to run Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system on an Intel Mac.
Mar 17 2006 10:14PM
It's official: Computer Associates now CA

It's official: Computer Associates now CA

The company formerly known as Computer Associates announced on Wednesday that it had officially changed its name to CA.
Feb 2 2006 8:49PM
iTunes now warning about MiniStore

iTunes now warning about MiniStore

Apple has added a warning to iTunes, telling users its MiniStore feature phones consumer information back to the company.
Jan 19 2006 8:45PM
Run Windows XP SP2 now

Run Windows XP SP2 now

One of the few known antidotes to the IFRAME launchpad for these attacks is SP2
Dec 9 2005 4:59PM
Sober now one in 13 emails

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
Spitzer now on Sony's case

Spitzer now on Sony's case

New York state Attorney General Elliot Spitzer has added his 2 cents to the Sony-BMG Entertainment rootkit controversy, scolding retailers who still have CD-Roms containing the application on their shelves.
Nov 30 2005 9:46PM
Now what about the other spyware?

Now what about the other spyware?

Sony-BMG Entertainment still hasn’t addressed the other half of its use of spyware-like technology on CD-Roms, one blogger familiar with the software pointed out this week.
Nov 29 2005 10:27PM
Run Windows XP SP2 now

Run Windows XP SP2 now

Do you run SP2 on your XP machine? If not, you really should. And, if you run a network, you really need to test it with your applications as soon as possible. Back in April, only 24 percent of 136,000 machines in corporate America had been upgraded to SP2.
Nov 11 2005 11:04AM
Start preparing for the next surge now

Start preparing for the next surge now

Oct 21 2005 5:33PM
Insider attack now biggest threat to banks

Insider attack now biggest threat to banks

Insider attacks have become the biggest threat to financial networks, according to a new study.
Jun 23 2005 2:39PM
Downtime is now a matter of choice

Downtime is now a matter of choice

The current perception of IT management and users alike is that downtime of critical servers and their associated applications is just an unfortunate fact of life.
Jul 20 2004 4:38PM
Spam and patents are issues to resolve now

Spam and patents are issues to resolve now

This month we are tackling the issue of junk mail and spam. While unsolicited advertising is annoying, it has become the CSO’s problem as HR departments face off with users who receive offensive messages, business services grind to a halt, and outright scams grow in number.
Jun 23 2004 3:08PM
European IP VPN market growing fast - for now

European IP VPN market growing fast - for now

The European market for IP-based VPNs is growing rapidly but the current double-digit growth phase will flatten out to five per cent a year by 2007, according to IDC.
Mar 11 2004 3:02PM

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