Identity-Crisis Prevention

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Just in time for online holiday shopping, Anonymizer issues updated software for protection against spyware and aggressive marketers. Online shoppers now have tools to help them maintain their anonymity on the Web and protect themselves from cybercriminals and marketers hunting for personal information. Just in time for the online holiday shopping season, Anonymizer Inc. last […]

Gmail virus scanning draws some user complaints

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The virus-scanning feature Google Inc. added to its Gmail Web mail service this week has generated concern, bewilderment and disappointment among some users. The three main complaints being aired in Gmail discussion groups are: The virus-scanning feature can’t be turned off Gmail’s long-standing virus protection — blocking all executable file attachments — will remain in […]

Panda fixes flaw in antivirus products

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Panda Software has fixed a flaw in its antivirus products that could have allowed an attack resulting in control over a user’s computer, a company spokesman said Friday. Panda did not receive any reports of exploits, and the problem was fixed within two days, said Fernando de la Cuadra, international technical editor, from Madrid. The […]

Cisco Response to OpenSSL Vulnerability

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Cisco has released a Security Notice in response to OpenSSL vulnerability discovered on Oct 05. It details the affected products and fixed release date. You can find the information at:http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/707/cisco-response-20051202-openssl.shtml


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