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More Trouble for Flawed CVS

August 16, 2004
Vulnerabilities in popular open source code management tool deeper than first publicly revealed.
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Research Says Linux Servers Mostly Hack-Free

July 30, 2004
Research shows majority of Linux servers are never infected or hacked.
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Microsoft Hits, Misses on Security Releases

July 14, 2004
Redmond had plenty of news for ISVs at Partnerworld, including delays in its patch management tool.
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Microsoft Faces Angry IE Users' Questions

July 9, 2004
Redmond's IE engineers face irate end-users during an online chat about the browser.
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Another IE Flaw in the Wild?

July 8, 2004
Recently 'patched' hole in Microsoft's browser still springing leaks.
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Open Source CVS Flaw Sparks Use Audits

June 10, 2004
After new breaches found in CVS, open source community mulls how extensively they use the online repository.
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Financial Firms in Hackers' Crosshairs

June 1, 2004
IT security attacks on some of the world's leading financial institutions more than doubled from last year, according to a new survey from Deloite & Touche.
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The Cost of Phishing Hits $1.2 Billion

May 6, 2004
The wider impact to the enterprise is an erosion of consumer trust, a new Gartner research study suggests.
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Symantec Sideswipes Second Patent Dispute

April 30, 2004
The Internet security firm settles with Clearswift after fixing its argument with Aladdin and reports record revenues.
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BIND 9.3 Offers More Security, Support

April 21, 2004
Latest open source DNS release includes customer support that addresses companies' corporate risk management rules.
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Apache Server Upgrade Tightens Security

March 22, 2004
Version 2.0.49 of the open source HTTP server offers the latest in bug fixes to prevent denial of service attacks.
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Securing XP at the Chip Level

February 25, 2004
Microsoft and AMD up the ante with security-enhanced combo as part of the upcoming the Windows XP SP2 release. Intel is not far behind.
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