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Glitches span the tech spectrum

roundup A newly noted vulnerability could threaten a number of open-source projects, while Microsoft reports its first "critical" flaw of the year. Also, AOL and Apple grapple with glitches.

roundup A newly noted vulnerability could threaten a wide range of open-source projects, while Microsoft reports its first "critical" flaw of the year. Also, AOL and Apple grapple with glitches of their own.


A critical vulnerability has been found in the Concurrent Versions System, which is used in the majority of open-source projects to update and maintain source code.
January 23, 2003


Apple's Keynote software, created to allow Steve Jobs to make it through speeches without a hitch, is garnering complaints from customers that it is anything but bug-free.
January 22, 2003


America Online fixes a security hole in its Web e-mail service after being tipped off to the flaw, but not before "hundreds" of accounts are compromised.
January 22, 2003


The company warns system administrators that a new flaw in its Windows 2000 and NT domain controllers could leave their networks open to attack.
January 22, 2003

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A year after Bill Gates called for Microsoft to make its products more "trustworthy," executives are touting myriad initiatives as proof of the company's new resolve.
January 16, 2003