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Ed Sutherland - Article Archives - Page 3

Microsoft Plans Office, Windows Patches

March 13, 2006
UPDATED: Critical Office flaw and 'important' Windows issue targeted for upcoming Microsoft patch release.
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Security, Patent Tweaks For Internet Explorer

March 2, 2006
The update controls how IE 6 handles ActiveX controls
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DoJ: Google Search Request Not a Privacy Threat

February 28, 2006
UPDATED: The Justice Department claims its subpeona does not pose a privacy threat to Google users.
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Microsoft's Security Valentines

February 15, 2006
Redmond celebrates Valentine's Day with seven new security patches.
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Google's Desktop Search Red Flag

February 10, 2006
Google's new desktop search reveals privacy concerns.
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Yahoo Accused of Releasing China User Data

February 10, 2006
Watchdog group claims Yahoo provided China authorities with dissident details.
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Microsoft Warns on Windows, IE Flaws

February 9, 2006
Redmond urges users upgrade IE and Windows Service Packs.
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Security Vendors Team Against Spyware

February 2, 2006
Security vendors try to reduce the "enormous confusion" over what is, and isn't spyware.
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'Botmaster' Pleads Guilty to Zombie Profits

January 27, 2006
L.A. man faces 25 years for using botnet to spread spam, adware.
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Critical Patches Follow Windows WMF Trouble

January 11, 2006
Microsoft issues two critical patches as part of January's monthly patch cycle, with similar warnings to the WMF exploit.
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Security Fears Still Blocking WLAN Adoption

September 21, 2004
A new report says that even though security issues are being addressed, they continue to be the main thing preventing enterprises from going wireless.
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LucidLink Announces Security Upgrade

September 15, 2004
The relatively new software, which makes security simple for SMBs, is already getting a customer-demanded update to support more access points and to plug a potential hole.
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Security is in Wi-Fi Management's Future

July 20, 2004
Established WLAN management systems are getting more protection features -- and many vendors are changing their focus entirely toward security, because that's where the money is.
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New China Security Fragments Wi-Fi Future

December 20, 2003
Beijing's orders that wireless vendors work with Chinese companies to use the here-to-fore unheard of WAPI security standard could hurt equipment makers and travelers alike.
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