Adobe Tackles Risky Hole in PDF

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Adobe Systems has issued updates to fix security flaws in its Reader and Acrobat software that Secunia rated as "highly critical". An attacker could remotely commandeer a computer via vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader, Acrobat...

Siemens Tackles Microsoft IPTV Dominance

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Recent speculation about problems with Microsoft's new Internet Protocol television software could give Siemens, the German telecommunications equipment giant, just the opportunity it's looking for to break into the emerging IPTV market. ...

HP iPaq Trio Tackles Security

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Recognizing that no one device satisfies all needs, Hewlett-Packard Co. is readying three new iPaq handheld devices that offer enterprises varying degrees of security, wireless capabilities, memory, battery life and cost. With mobile security in...

Microsoft tackles AMD conflict in SP2

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A problem in the Service Pack 2 update for Windows XP may keep owners of AMD-based computers from using the long-awaited security package under certain circumstances, according to Microsoft. In an article...

Standards group tackles XML documents

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An e-business standards body has proposed a series of definitions for how corporations should create common business documents. The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, or OASIS, on Tuesday announced the Universal Business...

FTC Tackles Spammers Selling Drivers' Permits

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At least they are doing someting about spam... Naming a new target in its assault on spam, the Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on companies and individuals that market fake international driving...

Trio Tackles Wireless Roaming

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Motorola Inc., Avaya Inc. and Proxim Corp. on Tuesday announced plans to collaborate on devices and supporting software and hardware that can roam between cell phone networks and wireless LANs without interruption. ...

White House tackles cybersecurity

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The White House's cyberspace security plan, scheduled to be released Wednesday, envisions a broad new role for the federal government in maintaining Internet security. While couching many concepts as mere suggestions, a draft of...

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