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Blame XP SP3 problems on Microsoft, Symantec says
Security researchers at Symantec have placed the blame for a variety of problems users are experiencing with Microsoft's Windows XP Service Pack 3 squarely on Microsoft.
May 26 2008 9:57AM
Apple, Mozilla patch browser security problems
Apple patched the Mac and Windows versions of Safari, while Mozilla fixed a vulnerability in Firefox.
Apr 18 2008 9:52AM
Microsoft admits to Hotmail problems
Microsoft has released details of the problems that have plagued its Hotmail service in recent days..
Mar 5 2008 7:38AM
Network access control problems mount for US companies
Insiders abusing the network is the biggest problem facing security professionals in the US, according to research findings.
Sep 17 2007 10:02AM
65nm Xbox chips may curb heat problems
A version of the Xbox 360 that uses 65-nanometre (nm) chips is rumoured to be in production and a 45nm model could follow, according to reports from a Singapore chip maker.
Aug 3 2007 2:38PM
Britney Spears photos used as ANI exploit lure
Count a website touting racy photos of former pop diva Britney Spears as one of about 450 that are hosting the dangerous ANI exploit, patched on Tuesday by Microsoft in an emergency release.
Apr 5 2007 10:00AM
Few major daylight-saving time problems reported
Cases of enterprises affected by the daylight-saving time (DST) change that took effect early Sunday morning in the US appear isolated, industry experts said today.
Mar 13 2007 6:09AM
Battery problems force mobile handset recalls
Sanyo battery could overheat if phones are dropped.
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SharePoint deployment set to cause problems
Few firms have management policy in place, warns research.
Nov 17 2006 9:54AM
Throwing cash at IT problems a 'waste of money'
CIO survey warns that IT is still not properly integrated.
Sep 21 2006 9:58AM
Intellectual property theft causing problems in China
Supplier strategy issues also troubling for manufacturing and retail firms.
Aug 15 2006 2:13PM
Tesco takes stock after RFID trials hit problems
Limitations with radio frequency identification (RFID) technology have delayed a nationwide rollout at supermarket giant Tesco by several years.
Jun 30 2006 9:58AM
Patch Tuesday fixes two problems
Less than a week after releasing an out-of-cycle security patch, Microsoft got back on schedule by making two other patches it deemed “critical” public as its January “Patch Tuesday” bulletin.
Jan 10 2006 10:33PM
Macromedia warns of new Flash problems
Macromedia has issued a security patch for vulnerabilities within its products for the second time in two weeks.
Nov 17 2005 10:22PM
This time it's the Sober causing World Cup problems
A new Sober worm is raising threat levels after luring fans through the offer of World Cup Football tickets.
May 3 2005 12:08PM
SANS Top 20 haunted by problems of the past
Nov 12 2004 5:02PM
Survey shows IT pros don't see spyware, IM as problems
Enterprise IT managers don't view spyware or instant messaging as major security threats, according to a survey released Tuesday.
Aug 31 2004 10:47PM
Looking for Security Problems, Focus on Organizational Fault Lines
While it is hard to argue that the general level of security competence is increasing and better security tools are available every day, why is it that security remains a problem?
Jan 16 2004 10:17AM
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