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Schneier: Beware security products October 24, 2007 Security expert Bruce Schneier warns delegates at RSA Conference Europe that judging quality of products can be difficult.
FBI calls for hacker help August 2, 2006 At Black Hat security confab, FBI official says the agency needs help from the security world to fight cybercrime.
Apple plugs QuickTime zero-day flaw May 1, 2007 Patch comes just over a week after the vulnerability was used to grab a $10,000 prize and a MacBook Pro in a hack-a-Mac contest.
Securing the data, not the perimeter February 6, 2007 RSA President Art Coviello's words may have fallen on deaf ears before, but this year he believes people are finally listening.
Oracle to open up on bug severity October 11, 2006 Business software giant will add severity ratings to its security bulletins, helping customers prioritize patching.
A picture worth a thousand lies July 31, 2007 Neal Krawetz, a security researcher at Hacker Factor, knows a fake photo when he sees one. He also knows how it's done.
Images: Pictures that lie
Reversal: Next IE divorced from new Windows February 15, 2005 update Version 7.0 of the browser will launch ahead of the next update to Windows, as Microsoft shifts plans. Is Microsoft reacting to Firefox's popularity?
Inviting the hackers inside December 4, 2007 Aiming to be more open, Microsoft reaches out to the security research community it once kept at a distance.
Microsoft: Still more to do on security February 6, 2007 Company has made headway on protecting PCs, but more Net use means more challenges, Gates and Mundie tell RSA crowd. Photos: Bill Gates at RSA
Black Hat with a Vista twist August 1, 2006 The annual hacker event usually focuses on breaking into systems. This year, a series of Microsoft-themed sessions takes a different tack.
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