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Open source security improving rapidly

Open source security improving rapidly

The quality and security of open source software is improving rapidly, according to an in-depth analysis of over 250 popular applications including Linux and Apache.
May 20 2008 11:27PM
Mobile malware staying put and growing rapidly

Mobile malware staying put and growing rapidly

Mobile phone viruses are on the rise spreading data seeking spyware, money making Trojans and shutting down phones.
Jul 3 2007 2:27PM
Fake M&S emails spread rapidly

Fake M&S emails spread rapidly

Computer users should remain vigilant following a spate of chain-email scams, security experts have warned.
Jun 8 2007 10:28AM
Global digital marketplace grows rapidly

Global digital marketplace grows rapidly

The global internet-based digital marketplace has reached a "tipping point" and will enjoy double-digit growth rates until at least the end of this decade, industry expert IDC predicts.
May 18 2007 11:14AM
Threat of intellectual property theft growing rapidly

Threat of intellectual property theft growing rapidly

Over two-thirds of manufacturers fear the threat to their product intellectual property (IP) has grown over the past two years, new research has found.
Dec 7 2006 9:56AM
New Apple QuickTime worm rapidly spreading through MySpace

New Apple QuickTime worm rapidly spreading through MySpace

An Apple QuickTime exploit is using MySpace's enormous user base to launch a blended cross-site scripting attack that, if successful, steals users' log-in credentials and installs adware on victims' machines, security researchers said today.
Dec 5 2006 12:20PM
Milosevic murder trojan spreading rapidly

Milosevic murder trojan spreading rapidly

An email purporting to contain proof that the recently deceased Yugoslav permier Slobodan Milosevic was murdered is being used to spread a malicious trojan, security watchers warned.
Mar 16 2006 5:55PM
Sasser worm spreads rapidly across internet

Sasser worm spreads rapidly across internet

The Sasser worm was infecting thousands of systems by exploiting a recently announced Microsoft flaw, security experts said Monday.
May 3 2004 9:58PM

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