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Judge slaps down Google's digital library settlement
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Canon blocks copy jobs by keyword
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Barracuda enhances spam and virus firewall
Enhances full inbound and outbound email scanning.
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Watchguard has launched a cloud-based web security service.
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NSW Health shared services buys invoice scanning
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Google buys ReCaptcha for security and scanning
Acquisition will cut fraud and help with book projects.
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Hitachi seeks to grow vein-scanning operation
Hitachi Australia is unfazed by slow local uptake and the emergence of a competitor as it seeks to further roll out vein-scanning technology in the competitive field of biometric security.
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Sony ID system scans finger veins
Sony has developed a user identification technology that scans veins in the finger to allow access to mobile devices and personal computers.
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Domestic payment filter targets terrorist transactions
Logica is banking on anti-terrorist regulatory compliance with this week’s launch of its automated transaction scanning software.
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Scientists may have found a new way to combat random scanning internet worms such as the notorious Code Red and SQL Slammer infections.
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Security experts believe increased scanning today of a TCP port related to Trend Micro's anti-virus solution is not the result of two product vulnerabilities announced this week but instead an older flaw that already has been patched.
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Secunia offers free patch scanning tool
Vulnerability testing firm Secunia has released the beta version of a new tool that automatically checks the patch status of 4,200 applications.
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Portable scanning device helps blind to "see"
Combined digital camera and PDA helps visually impaired people on the move.
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Digital Stakeout acquires vulnerability scanning firm
Digital Stakeout, an Atlanta-based managed security services company, has acquired ScannerX, a provider of vulnerability scanning and assessment services.
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