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Microsoft probes Windows DoS flaw June 2, 2006 Newly discovered vulnerability could cause certain Windows applications to crash if a user clicks on an overly long Web link.
Symantec cuts jobs to reduce costs March 15, 2007 Unspecified number of employees are being let go as the security software maker works to cut its cost structure by $200 million.
MSN Taiwan visitors wind up elsewhere September 7, 2007 Slip-up allowed a personal Web site to scoop up traffic intended for Microsoft's Web portal; the software maker apologized Friday for the goof.
No fix yet for zero-day flaw in Word December 7, 2006 Microsoft will have patches for Windows and Visual Studio on Tuesday, but apparently not for a Word flaw being used in cyberattacks.
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.
Chills at Microsoft's security huddle July 24, 2006 Microsoft has quietly held meetings with top antivirus researchers for almost 10 years, but there's some unease now that Redmond is a rival.
Breaking into a laptop via Wi-Fi August 2, 2006 Flaws in software that runs wireless-networking hardware could let attackers take over PCs, including Macs, Black Hat warns.
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