Microsoft has stopped a man from selling lists of email addresses which were being used for spam. A court has granted a summary judgment against Paul Martin McDonald, stopping him from selling the lists.
Microsoft issued seven patches on Tuesday - one more than expected - as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday update cycle. Three of the updates earn the dreaded rating of critical.
Organised criminal gangs are beginning to recruit would-be hackers straight from universities, and in some cases are even sponsoring them financially, according to a report from security company McAfee.
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War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is Strength.