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Vulnerability found in Microsoft Excel

A new vulnerability has been found in Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet program, just a few days after the company fixed problems with several of its applications in its monthly patch distribution.

Microsoft creates customer interoperability council

Microsoft, long criticized for technically isolating its products to squeeze out competitors, announced on Wednesday the formation of a group of its own executives and outside IT professionals to discuss interoperability issues.

Virus count drops in e-mail, Sophos says

The proportion of e-mail messages that contain malware has fallen for the first six months this year compared to the same period last year, Sophos said on Wednesday.

Microsoft flaw affects XP, Server 2003

A new flaw found in Microsoft's Windows software could be exploited to cause a denial-of-service attack on certain applications, although the bug isn't viewed as being severe.

Amnesty: Tech companies aid censorship

Civil rights group Amnesty International launched a campaign against Internet censorship on Sunday, accusing multinational companies of complicity in aiding countries such as China to hampering free access to online information.

W3C - Phishing remains root of flourishing e-crime

"The Web is under attack," said Phillip Hallam-Baker, principal scientist at VeriSign, who gave a session Thursday on Internet crime at the W3C (World Wide Web) conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, this week.

Berners-Lee: Neutrality preserves Net openness

The computer scientist credited with inventing the World Wide Web on Tuesday strongly condemned moves by US broadband providers to control their subscribers' content, saying it threatens the Internet's greatest strength: openness.

Microsoft and MTV take on Apple iTunes

Microsoft will release a beta version of Windows Media Player 11, a more stylish version of its media software that mimics the sleekness of its main competitor, Apple Computer's iTunes.

ICANN approves creation of .tel domain

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved a new top-level domain suffixed ".tel," awarding a contract to Telnic, an Internet communications company based in London.

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