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McAfee Touts Better Endpoint Protection
New secure USB drive and laptop audit trail on tap. Separately, McAfee also updates its …
Big Money and Open Source May Not Compute
Open source has the adherents and the contributors, but what about the income? Patience, …
Half-Million IIS Servers Hit in Cyber Attack
Exploit redirects visits of what appear to be a harmless site to one that downloads …
A One-Sided Net Neutrality Debate
With network providers a no-show, Stanford 'debate' is largely one-sided.
Salesforce Guns For Microsoft With Google's Help
Company argues it has a stronger story to tell by integrating Google's productivity apps …
Sun, Accenture Sign On to Security Venture
The two partners team to provide fine-grain security to SAP and other enterprise …
Intel Goes The Distance on Wi-Fi: 60 Miles
Using 802.11x networking and some "secret sauce," it can stretch wireless connectivity -- …
Is the Storm Worm Finally Blowing Over?
Spam report from Marshal says yes, other security vendors have their doubts.
Microsoft Yanks Vista SP1 Update File
Just what Windows Vista needs: another technical glitch.
SonicWall Firewalls Boast Increased Throughput
Company claims a four to five-fold improvement in throughput.
Microsoft Delivers a Plethora of Patches
After almost no fixes last month, the company turns out 11 security bulletins, calling six …
Storm's Creators Face a Storm of Their Own
Law enforcement knows who created one of the worst worms to hit the Internet. The hard …
Florida ISP Said to Host Terrorist Software
Security researcher is disturbed to discover an ISP in his hometown appears to be hosting …
HP, Intel Give Old Stuff a New Shine
Companies talk up recycling of the old and going solid state with the new.
Security Firm: Only Five Percent of PCs Fully Patched
Secunia system checker shows total proportion of fully patched systems dropping.
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