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Microsoft active on all fronts

The tech giant has its hands full with new networking hardware, expansion into the business software market and the discovery of two more Windows flaws.

The tech giant has its hands full with new networking hardware, expansion into the business software market and the discovery of two more Windows flaws.

Two flaws taint Microsoft's Java
The company warns that critical flaws in its Windows operating system could enable attackers to take control of the software user's PC.
September 18, 2002

Microsoft unveils networking hardware
Wired and wireless networking products are on tap from the software giant. But in such a crowded market, is there room for Microsoft?
September 18, 2002

Microsoft reveals business software plans
Its expansion into the business application market pivots on a suite meant to help companies do everything from cut paychecks to ring up customers at the checkout counter.
September 18, 2002

Group: Windows update does end run
A computer-industry trade group takes a shot at Microsoft's credibility, alleging that the newly released Windows XP Service Pack 1 violates a pending antitrust settlement.
September 18, 2002