Microsoft is joining Ask.com in offering Web surfers a way to use its search engines anonymously, and the two companies are now calling on the search and online advertising industry to develop a common set of privacy practices.
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Just days after a security researcher blasted its Java patching system, Sun Microsystems has issued a critical update to the consumer version of its Java software.
Apple Inc. has patched a number of critical flaws in its QuickTime media player.
Phishers have been using compromised MySpace.com accounts to attack unsuspecting web surfers, security experts said Thursday.
McAfee has released beta version of its next-generation Total Protection 2.0 consumer security software.
Struggling handheld device maker Palm has been hit with layoffs.
Three days after releasing Safari 3.0, Apple has issued a patch for the beta software.
McAfee plans to deliver more scalable versions of its email and web security appliances, designed for enterprise users.
Microsoft has released its monthly set of security patches, fixing problems in Windows, Internet Explorer and in the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) software used for secure web browsing.
Microsoft will issue six security updates for Windows, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Windows Mail and Visio.
F-Secure has patched several vulnerabilities in its security products, the most critical of which could be used to run unauthorised software on a victim's computer.
Symantec Corp. has delayed the release of its first security suite for Windows Mobile devices.
One week after updating its Mac OS X operating system, Apple Inc. has patched a serious flaw it its QuickTime media player.
Novell has published details of its landmark November 2006 partnership agreements with Microsoft.
Symantec will broaden its mobile security product line by shipping new products designed for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Mobile devices.
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