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Patch Tuesday has come and gone with Microsoft dutifully patching three flaws, one of which was a critical Office 2000 vulnerability affecting Microsoft Publisher. However,…
Tuesday, 12 September 2006 21:55

Governor Arnie's computer hacked

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The office computer of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has suffered a hack attack, with some stored audio files stolen and leaked to the Los Angeles…
Playing at becoming your fantasy character online has proven to be an innovative and lucrative business for Linden Lab, the company which created a fast…
Government funded R&D center, National ICT Australia (NICTA), has launched an anti-terror and disaster surveillance project, Smart Applications For Emergencies (SAFE). SAFE aims to help…
Thursday, 24 August 2006 18:54

New Word document spam doing the rounds

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Security firm Marshal has identified a new form of spam that is hidden in Word documents. The new type of spam uses a combination of…
Thursday, 24 August 2006 06:00

Microsoft now needs a patch for its patch

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It just seems to get worse for for Microsoft  on the Windows security front. Now the software company has been forced to create a patch…
A majority of a Windows users sample have indicated that the latest critical vulnerability in Windows will prompt them to look at using other computer…
The company employing two security specialists who caused a sensation in early August at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas when they demonstrated…
Thursday, 10 August 2006 16:40

Microsoft bug receives US-CERT alert

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In a rare acknowledgement from a US Government agency of a critical software security bug, the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), has issued an…
Wednesday, 09 August 2006 16:56

Very critical Patch Tuesday for Microsoft

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Last week, Microsoft flagged that there would be another 12 holes in its Windows and Office software to plug with patches today. It was just…

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