Apple has produced another "update" for its AirPort wireless networking system, claiming it improves compatibility between its laptops.
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The United States has prevailed in the controversial fight over Internet governance and will retain overall control of the Internet's DNS, root servers and ICANN for the foreseeable future.
Microsoft has started pushing its Sender ID antispam technology by running it on Hotmail.
The world's largest Linux migration is speeding ahead, with the German national railway announcing Wednesday it has successfully moved all its 55,000 Lotus Notes users onto the open-source operating system.
Another image-based security hole has been found, sparking a flurry of patches from Linux vendors.
Life online is getting more miserable by the day. Spam has got so bad that just about every country is introducing legislation to deal with it. Now it seems not a day goes by without another virus making everyone's lives - especially sysadmins - that little bit harder.
Two new vulnerabilities have been discovered in Internet Explorer which allow a complete bypass of security and provide system access to a computer, including the installation of files on someone's hard disk without their knowledge, through a single click.
When it rains, it pours. Yet another "highly critical" hole has been found in Apple Computer's Mac OS X operating system, which will allow remote system access by getting someone to visit a malicious website.
Apple Computer has released a range of patches for security holes -- both old and new -- for its Mac OS X operating system, which it advises users to download immediately.
Security vendor Internet Security Systems Inc. (ISS) -- which describes itself as the "most trusted name in Internet security" -- has been hit by a critical hole in a common component of its security software that can allow someone to run programs on a machine over the Net.
Sophos PLC's anti-virus software can be bypassed by a virus-laden e-mail if it doesn't contain any MIME boundary definitions, the company has admitted.
A security hole in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer could prove devastating.
Intel is to give Linux support for its Centrino chipset, the company's general manager of software and solutions, Will Swope, has told journalists at the LinuxWorld conference in New York.
Just a few days after Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) released a patch for a highly critical vulnerability in its Tru64 OS, it seems Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Solaris 9 has fallen sick with the same bug.
The controversy surrounding the use of network intrusion tools shows no signs of slowing, with a group of independent testers coming out strongly in favor of so-called Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS).