Microsoft is investigating a security flaw in Windows server software that could allow an attacker to gain complete control over systems running the software, the company said.
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Firefox 1.0 appears to have sparked new activity in the Web browser market.
A new version of the Sober e-mail worm started spreading in Europe on Friday, according to antivirus vendors, which have given the worm a midlevel threat rating.
'Mostly marketing' with little legal substance say experts
Anti-Spam Alliance members hope to make the spam business less attractive
In a bid to expand its services business, Symantec next week plans to start selling security intelligence data as an add-on to its Managed Security Services.
Microsoft is investigating reports of a serious security flaw in Internet Explorer (IE), but has not yet seen malicious code that exploits the reported flaw, the company said Thursday.
Although Microsoft still dominates the Web browser space, its Internet Explorer continues to lose market share to open-source rival Mozilla.
Only a 'handful' of users affected, Google says
Larry Ellison is passionate about more than America's Cup sailing. The billionaire Oracle chief executive is in the market for a U.S. basketball or football team, he said Friday.
Oracle plans to finally ship the next version of its E-Business Suite of enterprise applications on November 8, company executives said last week.
Microsoft has found an unlikely new partner to help promote Windows XP: Google.
Microsoft has suspended the beta testing of the next version of its MSN Messenger client because of a potential security problem, a company spokeswoman said Wednesday.
While it has so far rejected each of Oracle's takeover offers, PeopleSoft's directors are willing to talk about a deal at the right price, according to a member of the board.
Microsoft Corp. is fighting a rejection by U.S. patent authorities of a patent for its FAT (file allocation table) file system, the company said Thursday. Meanwhile, it's celebrating a jury decision clearing it of patent infringement charges related to a feature in its Office software.