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University tech group leaks iPhone technical details

New technical details about Apple's iPhone, leaked to the Web by a University of Washington technology group but since yanked from the school's site, confirmed that the device will not support Adobe's Flash, will rely on QuickTime to display audio an...

Google offers security blacklists to all

Google Monday released to outside developers the same security API currently used by its own Google Desktop and Mozilla's Firefox for warding off phishing and malware-dropping Web sites.

Mozilla exec calls Steve Jobs 'out-of-date'

Rivals may have been subdued last Monday when Apple CEO Steve Jobs debuted Safari for Windows, but a Mozilla executive blasted Jobs as "out-of-date" for thinking that the browser battle is between just Safari and Internet Explorer.

Mystery of tiny faces on Vista DVDs solved

The three faces embedded in the surface of Windows Vista's installation DVDs may have been too small to see with the naked eye, but they're no big mystery, Microsoft said Wednesday night.

Symantec launches free bot bouncer

Symantec has unveiled a free beta of Norton AntiBot, a behavioral-based real-time defender meant to catch the kind of threats traditional antivirus products miss.

Firewall fire sale: Free ZoneAlarm makes it to Vista

Check Point Software Technologies Wednesday launched a Windows Vista version of its flagship ZoneAlarm firewall and blamed the delay on a switch to the new operating system's application programming interfaces (API).

Researchers find eight bugs in Safari for Windows

Just hours after Apple released a Windows version of Safari on Monday, security researchers had <a href="http://erratasec.blogspot.com/2007/06/niiiice.html" target="_blank">uncovered more</a> than half a dozen vulnerabilities in the browser beta, inc...

Safari Security Claims Ignite Controversy

Security researchers have already found eight bugs in the Windows version of Safari Apple released on Monday. They're blaming Apple's "hostile attitude towards security researchers" for the problems.

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