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Fujitsu jumps in with its WiMax chip

Fujitsu has followed up Intel's launch of its first WiMax chip -- the Pro/Wireless 5116, aka Rosedale -- with an IEEE 802.16-2004 compliant chip of its own.

Mozilla ditches browser suite

The Mozilla Foundation is cutting off development of its flagship Mozilla browser suite with the current 1.7.x line, but says it will back a community-supported version of the suite for those that wish to continue using it.

Eudora suffers security scare

Qualcomm has patched serious security vulnerabilities in the Eudora e-mail client that could allow an attacker to take over a Windows system via a specially crafted message.

Study: British public bodies say no to open source

U.K. local authorities are far less likely to use open-source software than those of some other European countries, according to findings from a Dutch study. The study has so far found that 32 percent of local authorities in Britain use open-source s...

Mozilla vulnerabilities identified

Users of the Mozilla and Firefox browsers and the Thunderbird e-mail client may be vulnerable to flaws that could allow an attacker to spy on or take over a system, according to security researchers.

Large security holes found in PHP

The PHP development team has released an update for the widely used scripting language that fixes a number of highly serious bugs, according to the project and independent security researchers.

Windows SP2 security compromised

A security researcher claims to have crafted a simpler version of an exploit that could compromise a Microsoft Windows system patched with Service Pack 2.

Linux vendors rush out e-mail server patches

Several major Linux vendors have warned they are vulnerable to four flaws in a widely used IMAP e-mail server from Carnegie Mellon University's Cyrus Electronic Mail Project. The flaws could allow an attacker to take over a server.

WinAmp security hole deepens

A serious security flaw reported last week in WinAmp is still unpatched, contrary to the vendor's assurances, according to the researcher who discovered the vulnerability. What's more, exploit code taking advantage of the flaw has begun circulating o...

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