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Paessler Unveils PRTG Network Monitor 8

October 08, 2010 |
The latest version of Paessler's network monitoring suite features fail-over clustering and Linux support, as well as a simplified licensing structure.
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Adobe Hustles to Release Flash Player Fix

September 20, 2010 |
Adobe Systems pushed out a fix designed to address a critical security vulnerability in its Flash Player a week earlier than it previously promised.
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Google Updates Chrome Ahead of Adobe Fix

September 20, 2010 |
Yet another update for the Chrome browser and this time Google is getting the drop on a Flash fix ahead of other browsers.
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Google Chrome 6 Gets Updated for 9 New Flaws

September 15, 2010 |
Google patches Chrome 6 for security as development on Chrome 7 continues and the next generation browser race accelerates against Firefox and IE9.
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Mozilla Firefox 3.6.9 Security Updates Follow Microsoft's Lead

September 08, 2010 |
Mozilla is taking a page from Microsoft IE's security features as it updates the Firefox browser for 10 critical flaws.
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Google Patches Chrome for 11 Flaws and $10K

August 20, 2010 |
Google's Chrome browser gets fixes for memory corruption risks as the company's bug bounty program reaps more results.
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Linux Security, Then and Now

August 12, 2010 |

At LinuxCon 2010, experts discuss Linux kernel security and the implications of adapting 1960s technology to meet 21st-century threats.

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LinuxCon: Exploits Show Why Linux Is Vulnerable

August 10, 2010 |
Think Linux is secure? If you're not locking it down properly, you're in for a surprise.
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Inside Mozilla's Firefox 4 Security

August 05, 2010 |
Firefox 4 will include new security features that Mozilla says will help to make it the most secure browser it's ever released.
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What's Next for Metasploit?

August 04, 2010 |
Metasploit founder HD Moore details where the open source vulnerability framework is headed and why maintaining the open source base in Linux is tougher than Windows.
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Sourcefire Launches Razorback Open Source Security Framework

July 28, 2010 |
New open source project set to correlate security information from multiple types of technologies with a defense security router.
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Mozilla Rushes Out Another Firefox Security Update

July 26, 2010 |
With the release of Firefox 3.6.8, Mozilla is fixing only one security flaw omitted from last week's release, while work progresses on Firefox 4.
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Dell Kace Debuts Secure Firefox Browser

July 20, 2010 |
The Dell Kace Secure Browser takes a different approach to isolating and managing browser instances to improve enterprise security.
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Google Updates Chrome for 10 Security Flaws

July 06, 2010 |
Another week, another big security fix for Chrome as Google moves to tackle newly discovered vulnerabilities.
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Open Source is Inherently More Secure, Says Red Hat

June 30, 2010 |
At the Red Hat Summit in Boston last week, Josh Bressers, a senior security engineer at Red Hat, explained why open source really is the best model for building secure software.
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Mozilla Updates Firefox Crash Protection

June 28, 2010 |
Firefox 3.6.6 is rushed out to fix stability issues experienced by some users as a result of last week's update.
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Google Updates Chrome for Security and Adobe Flash

June 25, 2010 |
In the second update of the month, the newly released stable edition of Google's browser patches security vulnerabilities while throwing in Flash integration, to boot.
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Mozilla Firefox 3.6.4 Delivers Stability and Security

June 23, 2010 |
Out-of-Process plug-in support comes to open source Web browser, providing new crash protection for Linux and Windows users.
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Apple Updates Mac to OS X 10.6.4 for Security

June 16, 2010 |
Dozens of security fixes are made in the latest Snow Leopard update from Apple, and a few feature fixes, too.
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Adobe Preps Crucial Flash Fix

June 09, 2010 |
Adobe Systems says it will issue an important patch for an exploit to its popular Flash Player later this week, and fixes for Reader and Acrobat by month's end.
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