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WS-I Forges Web Services Security Group

April 1, 2003
The group will look to address one of the toughest obstacles to widespread Web services adoption.
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Microsoft Offers Security Tool for Pending Server

February 21, 2003
UPDATE: The new rights management technology will provide additional document protection for enterprises and employees.
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Lindows.com Offers Antivirus Service

February 18, 2003
The operating system maker provides an antivirus service to customers of its operating system.
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CERT Details Flaw in Concurrent Versions System

January 24, 2003
The organization says a vulnerability in the open software server renders users susceptible to arbitrary code runs and denial-of-service attacks.
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Microsoft's First Flaws for the New Year

January 23, 2003
The software giant moves to quash a buffer overrun flaw in certain Windows servers that could allow an assailant to run arbitrary code on a user's machine; also details Content Management Server 2001 and Outlook 2002 bugs.
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Buffer Overruns Found in Real's Helix Server

December 23, 2002
Three security flaws found in RealNetworks new Helix Universal Server 9.0 are remedied.
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W3C Proposes XML Encryption, Decryption Specs

December 10, 2002
UPDATE: W3C issues proposals to standardize XML encryption and decryption, both vital to Web services security.
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Microsoft Introduces New IE, Outlook Fixes

December 5, 2002
The software concern, after promising to cut back on the info relayed in its security warnings, issues a patch for a moderate IE flaw, as well as one for an Outlook vulnerability.
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Firm Reports New Internet Explorer Flaw

October 15, 2002
UPDATE: GreyMagic Software details an Internet Explorer browser flaw that lets attackers steal cookies from any site, forge content, read local files and execute arbitrary programs.
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Verisign, IBM Web Services Security Pact Bears Fruit

October 7, 2002
UPDATE: The technology firms launch their first set of security services and software for electronic business.
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Microsoft Airs Critical Identity Spoofing Flaws

September 5, 2002
UPDATE: Once again, Microsoft is forced to whip up a slew of patches; this time, flaws that enable perpetrators to spoof Web sites are deemed 'critical.'
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MSN Enlists McAfee in War Against Spam

September 4, 2002
UPDATE: MSN Hotmail, Microsoft's popular e-mail service, finally gets help by licensing SpamKiller.
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Don't Get Googled by Hackers!

August 8, 2002
The popular search engine houses a flaw in its toolbar that hackers can use to execute multiple tasks; Google responds with fix.
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CERT Airs Serious Flaws in OpenSSL Protocol

July 30, 2002
The software engineering watchdog discloses some nasty holes in the OpenSSL security software.
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