A security company has identified a Trojan horse program that replaces Google text advertisements on Web pages with ads from another source, depriving Google of revenue and potentially causing problems for end users.
Cisco is warning that a flaw in its Firewall Services Module could result in a reload of the module, or if exploited repeatedly, could result in a sustained denial-of-service attack.
MacBook and MacBook Pro users said on Apple's support boards today that a recent update has stopped the keyboard lockups that have plagued their notebooks running Leopard.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission will not try to block Google's acquisition of online ad-serving vendor DoubleClick, the agency said Thursday.
IBM has created a free semantic e-mail search engine aimed at users of the company's Lotus Notes software and Microsoft Outlook.
Google's pending US$3.1 billion acquisition of online ad-serving vendor DoubleClick will hurt consumers, according to two privacy groups opposed to the wholesale approval of the deal.
The hacker who posted an exploit last week that threatened a large swath of Hewlett-Packard Co.'s laptop lineup followed up Wednesday with new attack code that can "brick" nearly every HP laptop.
Canadian analysts said the two Google-related hacks which surfaced recently should cause IT managers to look at employee Web surfing as a security hazard rather than a time waster.
Symantec has cut its ties with Victorian distributor, ACA Pacific, to focus on a two-pronged channel attack with Ingram Micro and Express Data.
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Robust software sales pushed Oracle's second-quarter net income up 35 percent compared to the same period last year, to US$1.3 billion, or $0.25 per share, the company said Wednesday.
Online music store Soundbuzz is offering customers in Singapore the ability to purchase lossless audio files.
Nearly half of Australian households have broadband connections, the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed on Thursday.
The Apache Harmony project, serving as an Apache-branded open-source version of Java, is moving forward, but a disagreement remains with Sun over compliance testing.
An increased number of semiconductor vendors expect their revenue growth to slow, which could play a role in making profitability highly volatile in the chip industry over the next five years, according to a study released today by KPMG.
Iomega said it will package its new Never Down software for system backup and instant recovery with the launch of the company's second generation of External Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (eSATA) interface desktop hard drives.
Victoria Police claim the two men who broke into Bluechip Infotech's Melbourne warehouse this month were highly organised thieves.
2007 could be called the year of the mobile operating system.
Microsoft posted the release candidate of Windows XP Service Pack 3 to its download site Tuesday, giving most users their first opportunity to try out the upgrade.
Microsoft has offered a technical work-around for Internet Explorer users who have found their browsers crashing after installing a recent set of security patches.
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