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Monster.com hacked again

The Internet job web site, Monster.com was attacked by hackers again for the second time since 2007. In this instance hackers have stolen user data directly from the database, including user ID's, passwords, email addresses,... More...

Google Wins Again

In no shock to anyone, Google once again was the giant among search sites, as it took a 58. 5 percent share of the search market in October in the United States. According to Internet... More...

CRIA brings Demonoid Down Again

Demonoid.com now reads: "The CRIA threatened the company renting the servers to us, and because of this it is not possible to keep the site online. Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for your understanding."... More...

F-Secure: Sony uses rootkits again

The included fingerprint-reader software in Sony's MicroVault USM-F line of USB drives installs files in a hidden folder under "c:windows" that can be used maliciously, Finnish security company F-Secure has found. That directory and the... More...

AACS Copy Protection For DVDs Defeated Again

Digital rights management has suffered another setback when Antigua-based software company SlySoft reportedly updated its AnyDVD HD software with a new AACS encryption code to enable the copying of ostensibly protected HD-DVD and Blu-Ray discs.... More...

ICANN shoots down .xxx yet again

It looks as if the board of ICANN has quickly brought the revival of the .xxx domain idea to a standstill: in a meeting in Lisbon, the board voted down ICM Registry's proposal, 9 to... More...

WGA Bypassed Again

WGA is normally needed on a user's computer in order to download any file from Microsoft. It contacts the Microsoft server and checks for validity - either granting access to the file or sending the... More...

Microsoft delays Office 2007 again

Microsoft said on Thursday that it is making another slight delay tothe planned arrival time for Office 2007. The update had been expectedto arrive for volume license customers in October and have a mainstreamlaunch in... More...

Google Sued Over Click Fraud, Again

Not for lead plaintiff Joseph Kinney and the other Internet advertisers who this week had their lawyers sue to block the $90 million settlement Google reached in a click fraud case in March. The suit... More...

Lucent Sues Microsoft Again

Lucent is suing Microsoft again, claiming that the Goliath's Xbox 360 is infringing on David's Patent No. 5,227,878. A classic tale indeed, because when someone allegedly breaches your "Adaptive Coding and Decoding of Frames and... More...

Dell, AMD Rumors Heat Up Again

Hot on the heels of Dell's quad-SLI XPS 600 Renegade introduction at CES 2006 come new rumors that Dell is stockpiling AMD processors for use in its systems later this year, possibly even in the... More...

Sony sues Lik-Sang - Again

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) has begun legal proceedings against Hong-Kong's Lik-Sang, the gaming hardware exporter said today. SCEE's move is specifically intended to prevent Lik-Sang from selling PlayStation Portable handheld consoles... More...

Windows Genuine Advantage Circumvented Yet Again

Hot on the heals of Microsoft patching the Windows Genuine Advantage program against malicious scripts and hidden checkboxes, an interesting new workaround has been discovered. It seems that running GenuineCheck.exe in Windows 2000 compatibility mode... More...

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