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Virus makes leap from PC to PDA March 1, 2006 "Crossover" is the first virus found that can jump to a mobile device after infecting a PC, security researchers say.
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.
Security in focus at Black Hat March 2, 2007 Computer security pros descend on Washington, D.C., confab to talk risks, hacks and digital self-defense.
Symantec unleashes Norton 360 February 26, 2007 New flagship consumer product is the company's latest salvo in the fight for consumer security dollars.Read the review of Norton 360
PC hardware can pose rootkit threat February 28, 2007 Memory space on components such as graphics cards, DVD drives and batteries can be used by miscreants to load malicious code onto PCs.
Security from A to Z: Spyware November 28, 2006 Software that covertly monitors the actions of a PC user is getting more sophisticated. Part of a series on hot security topics.
Security from A to Z: OS X November 28, 2006 Debate rages over whether the Mac operating system is inherently safer than Windows. Part of a series on hot security topics.
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.
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
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