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Germany adopts "anti-hacker" law

Germany has just passed a new law that adds more "anti-hacker" provisions to the German criminal code by tightening up the existing sanctions and prohibiting any unauthorized user from disabling or circumventing computer security measures... More...

Adobe Adopts Monthly Patch Cycle

Adobe has taken a leaf from Microsoft's book and decided to adopt a monthly security patch cycle instead of releasing software fixes on an ad-hoc basis. The move - which is geared to helping customers... More...

Apple Adopts Controversial Security Chip

Developer preview models of Apple's forthcoming Intel-powered computer contain a security chip that has come under fire for its ability to compromise the privacy of users. Apple recently started shipping Developer Transition Kits that help... More...

Red Hat adopts Novell e-mail software

One of the best known Linux distributors announced that it has adopted an e-mail enhancement that Novell previously released to the open source community. This feature allows Linux e-mail software to connect to Microsoft's Exchange... More...

Wall Street Adopts New Technology

When it comes to adopting leading-edge technology, Wall Street is among the first in line, despite the fact that other people's money depends on the street. These days, Wall Street is moving on service-oriented architectures... More...

Sun Adopts RSS

In an exclusive conversation with Sun Executive Vice President Jonathan Schwartz and eWEEK Contributing Editor Steve Gillmor, the software chief revealed Sun's plans to adopt RSS (Really Simple Syndication or RDF Site Summary) as a... More...

Adobe adopts product activation

Adobe Systems Inc. has completed tests on product activation, and plans to roll out the technology soon. Microsoft quietly introduced product activation — a method of registering software so that it cannot be installed on... More...

U.K. Adopts Microsoft's Security Program

Another great reason to get into the civil service :P The United Kingdom announced late Friday that it has signed up to participate in Microsoft Corp.'s recently announced Government Security Program, which gives... More...

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