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) protocol 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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