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Online Trust: A Thing of the Past?

The Web's already got its share of threats, but...

Adobe Patches Flash, But Expect More Problems

Adobe's Flash application is great for creating and watching...

Can HP Broaden SOA’s Appeal?

Much of the excitement about service-oriented architecture has been...

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Here Come New Virtualization Tools

Companies are moving to virtualization to cut costs. But many do not manage or back up their virtual machines because they don't have the tools or don't know which tools to use. Some virtualization...

Microsoft Broadens Cloud Appeal at CeBIT

As enterprises look to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to help cut costs, Microsoft is looking to strengthen its hand in the market, rolling out new hosted applications and greater access to existing cloud-based offerings at the...

ID Theft Threat Grows With 1M Already Hit in ’09

Identity thefts soared in 2008, and now 2009 is shaping up to be another banner year for phishers, hackers and other ID thieves. According to a new report from the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC),...

Spammers Return to ‘Spim’ to Lure Victims

Pity the poor spammers -- they're being hit by the recession, too. After years of ignoring instant messaging (IM), spammers are returning to IM en masse as yet another way to make money, security...

Obama Proposes Millions for Cybersecurity

Although critics are savaging the Obama administration's proposed budget over its unprecedented deficit spending, industry observers are hailing its plans to set aside $355 million for cybersecurity efforts. In its fiscal 2010 budget proposal, released...

Experts Push Guidelines to Halt Data Breaches

Amid increasing scrutiny over U.S. cybersecurity, experts from both the private and public sectors are pushing a set of recommendations they say are sorely needed to help shore up the nation's defenses against data...

Adobe Patches Flash, But Expect More Problems

Adobe's Flash application is great for creating and watching rich multimedia applications, but it's one of the applications security researchers fear most because it is highly vulnerable to hackers. The application has come under...

Microsoft Clamps Down on Excel Zero-Day Attack

Microsoft is taking steps to protect customers from attacks through a zero-day flaw in Microsoft Excel discovered earlier this week. The company released a new antivirus definition for its system security services Windows Live...

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