Security experts have warned that malicious Microsoft Excel documents are making the rounds via email, exploiting an unpatched Excel vulnerability that has been known publicly since January.
The Dutch government has issued a warning about the security of access keys that are based on the widely used Mifare Classic RFID chip.
Although the 802.1x access protocol is a must for wireless network security, companies rarely use it and thus leave the door open for hackers, according to Robert Lamprecht, IT advisory supervisor at KPMG.
Aptana is announcing the availability this week of RadRails 1.0 for Aptana Studio, providing an Eclipse-based IDE for Ruby on Rails.
The UK government is at the center of another data scandal after it was revealed over 11,000 military ID cards have been lost or stolen in the last two years.
Reporters Without Borders is asking Internet users to demonstrate virtually against countries that censor Internet freedom.
With the robotic components seemingly intact after the shaking and rattling of the space shuttle Endeavour's launch this week, astronauts are preparing to start assembling the giant two-armed machine tomorrow night.
Advanced Micro Devices said it has started shipping triple-core Phenom processors, bringing desktops with the chip closer to release.
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Linux systems management start-up LinMin launched this week by making its first software product designed to ease the provisioning of Linux systems available for download.
Microsoft patched the latest version of Office for Mac Tuesday to fix more than two dozen problems, including a security snafu revealed just days after the suite launched in mid-January.
Digital information is being created at a faster pace than previously thought, and for the first time the amount of digital information created each year has exceeded the world's available storage space, according to a new IDC report.
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Microsoft has submitted the follow-up to Windows Vista to the committee that oversees its US antitrust compliance, to ensure the operating system is meeting the terms of the company's agreement with the government.
A Japanese government agency has ordered an investigation into possible defects in Apple's first-generation iPod nano after one of the music players emitted sparks while charging, wire service reports said today.
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