CNET News Daily Podcast: Why security experts still fret about DNS

New security worries about DNS defenses. Microsoft draws interest with free photo-viewing technology. How about a VW that parks itself?

MessageLabs revealed that an intricate flaw in the underlying design of the Internet's DNS (domain name system) protoco l is still vulnerable several weeks after patches were made available. Elinor Mills, who covers security for CNET News, explains what's going on.

Why in the world would Microsoft make available a free--and very cool-- digital photo-viewing technology ? Josh Lowensohn of Webware, who has been testing the new tool, offers his take.

Still having a rotten time with parallel parking ? Well, if you have deep pockets--and I mean really deep pockets, have I got the car for you.


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