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Microsoft patches Xbox 360 March 5, 2007 Vulnerability could have let Xbox owners run their own applications or operating systems like Linux on the console.
Spyware-killing Vista could take out rivals March 17, 2006 Updated OS has tougher tools than ever to fight sneaky programs. Some analysts think that spells trouble for anti-spyware makers. Images: Vista tackles spyware
Microsoft patches 20 security flaws February 13, 2007 Microsoft on Tuesday released fixes for 20 vulnerabilities in a variety of products, including one that is part of Windows Vista.
Adobe fixes PDF reader flaws July 12, 2006 If left unpatched, vulnerabilities in Adobe Systems' PDF reader software could put Windows, Mac users at risk of cyberattack.
Hollywood, Microsoft align on new Windows August 30, 2005 Vista, the next version of the operating system, has unprecedented features for guarding against video piracy. FAQ: Vista's strong, new antipiracy protections
Patch Tuesday comes for Vista, too August 17, 2006 Two of the security bulletins sent out this month affect the beta of the Windows update, according to a Microsoft blog.
NSA offers Vista installation tips January 10, 2007 Spy agency provided input for a Microsoft document with tips on how to use the operating system securely in larger organizations.
Cisco exec: Windows Vista is scary September 18, 2006 A senior security expert at the networking giant says that aspects of Microsoft's new operating system are worrying.
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