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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
Fighting Microsoft's piracy check June 20, 2006 The software pushes ahead with a piracy check tool for Windows as some users complain about system troubles and unwanted data collection.
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.
Porn sites exploit new IE flaw September 19, 2006 Unpatched IE security flaw can install malicious software via rigged Web sites, including porn sites.
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
Cursor hole puts Windows PCs at risk March 29, 2007 Vulnerability in the way Windows handles animated cursors puts users at risk of serious cyberattacks. Microsoft is working on a fix.
Uptick in Windows attacks reported September 1, 2006 Security experts warn of increased cyberattacks on Windows PCs, via a known security flaw, but Microsoft says all is calm.
Macs: Intel and Windows inside April 7, 2006 special coverage Boot Camp software enables Windows XP to run on Intel-based Macs. Will it bring more people over Apple? Images: Installing Boot Camp FAQ: Windows on Macs
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