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Google acquires GreenBorder Technologies

Google acquires security software developer GreenBorder Technologies, giving it a new sandbox to play in.

By May 29, 2007


With GreenBorder, Google gets deeper into Net security

Buying the virtual browser company just one of many steps Google is taking toward providing online security.

By May 29, 2007


Year in review: Botnet gains, Web 2.0 pains

As the Storm worm raged, tapping countless PCs for nefarious ends, the rush to online applications left many Web sites vulnerable.

December 31, 2007


ZoneAlarm ForceField arrives in beta

Check Point's new product will create a sandbox around your browser and also provide antispyware and antiphishing protection.

By September 24, 2007


Google + Postini = 'a perfect fit'

Google and Postini execs say little about the $625 million acquisition, which is set to close in the third quarter.

By July 9, 2007


The wide, wide world of Google

With GreenBorder, the search giant gets deeper into Net security. Plus: Google Earth close-ups and DoubleClick scrutiny.

By May 31, 2007


Google buys RSS company FeedBurner

Some say the deal may just be the tipping point that leads to widespread adoption of RSS and advertising in RSS feeds.

By June 1, 2007


Border patrol for Internet Explorer

Start-up GreenBorder offers a virtual defense for the much-attacked Microsoft browser, but it goes only so far.

By June 26, 2006