A Dutch Web site claimed victory in a David and Goliath battle against Microsoft this week after the software giant's AntiSpyware program flagged the Dutch company's homepage as malicious content.
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Worm carries its own SMTP engine
Handheld OS vendor puts its mark on cellphones too
One month after Microsoft released a beta version of its new antispyware software, security researchers at Sophos say they have detected the first malware program that seeks to attack it.
Security experts have raised the warning level on a worm that spreads via Microsoft's MSN Messenger, in an effort to slow its crawl through Taiwan, Korea, China and the U.S.
Canada, Chile and Norway first to sign up
Microsoft Corp. this week has appointed Mogens Elsberg as the new head of its Navision enterprise applications business, in charge of leading product strategy and managing partner relationships.
Internet users were warned Monday of a new mass mailer worm that masquerades as an appeal for aid after last month's Indian Ocean tsunami disaster.
Warner Music Group has signed a global agreement with mobile software and services provider Melodeo Inc. to offer music fans the ability to download entire tracks from its catalog to their mobile phones.
Application sales up 57%, Ellison says
Lycos Europe NV appeared to have pulled a controversial antispam screensaver program from its site on Friday, after coming under fire from both security experts and the spammers themselves.
Battle continues for hearts and minds of PeopleSoft shareholders
Oracle has named four candidates that it plans to nominate to the board of PeopleSoft, as it pushes forward with its efforts to try to take control of the rival company.
Software pirates' increasing skill at creating counterfeit versions of Windows XP has prompted Microsoft Corp. to introduce a pilot program that offers to verify whether consumers' software is legitimate and replace fake versions with authentic goods.
Intel Corp.'s board of directors Thursday elected current president and chief operating officer (COO) Paul Otellini as the company's next chief executive officer (CEO), succeeding Craig Barrett who was named new chairman of the board.