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A collection of notable security news items for the week ending January 2, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Yes, you still can trick Microsoft into giving you security updates for Windows XP. No, it's not a good idea. You are not protected.
[UPDATE: Microsoft response] A single registry setting makes Windows Update think your XP system is Windows XP POSReady, which will receive updates for another five years.
Hackers using improved attack techniques with distributed denial-of-service, while new technologies spurred its propagation and damage level, industry watchers point out.
A new draft of Microsoft's Windows 8 hardware certification specs confirms what we already knew: the new Secure Boot feature won't lock out Linux on hundreds of millions of new PCs. But Linux backers are demanding the right to hack a new class of devices that doesn't yet exist.
Viva Start Menu helps you to bring back your old start menu. A shortcut to the new modern desktop is also included and lots of options...
IT industry sees year-long merry-go-round of partnerships and acquisitions, experiences barrage of hacking incidents and witnesses IPO milestones as well as, sadly, passing away of tech icons.
The company has halted issuing certificates after Comodohacker, the person thought to be behind the DigiNotar breach, said they had also compromised GlobalSign's systems
AEGIS Password Protection, a part of the AEGIS Security Suite, is a powerful and flexible password protector for putting password locks...
Following U.K. News of the World scandal, IT security vendors say phone hacking on the rise and illustrate different methods hackers intercept victims' phone conversations.
Nobody expects old technology to go on forever. But giving new iPhone users a year before abandoning them to the hackers is a low shot from a high-tech company
The latest Kinect hack is one that reminds us of the Windows Phone 7 and Xbox Kinect integration we saw from Microsoft earlier this week. In this case, however, Windows Phone has been replaced with iOS.
French security firm confirms IE zero-day bug as Microsoft and Google researcher butt heads over the discovery and publication of a flaw not yet patched by Redmond, report states.
Bill Detwiler shows you how to enable a Windows 7 logon screensaver with a quick and easy registry hack.
Two researchers will demonstrate a proof-of-concept attack on Windows 7, which bypasses the CPU and operating system entirely
Jason Perlow today announces his move away from Windows after his Facebook account was compromised though 'Windows malware'. Good move, or unnecessary move?
Oracle earnings, more Pwn2Own fun, Bing's Spring Fling and the Apple iPad's savior complext with magazines and newspapers are the key items to watch today.
A German hacker known simply as "Nils" exploited a previously unknown vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox to take complete control of a 64-bit Windows 7 machine.
Bill Detwiler shows you how to change the registration information on your Windows system using a registry hack or TechRepublic's Vista and XP Registration Changer tools.
The software, which allows Windows apps to run on Macs, has flaws that could allow an attacker to hack into a user's system or cause a malfunction
There's a way to change Windows default AutoRun behavior. In this TR Dojo video, Bill Detwiler demonstrates a handy registry hack the will disable AutoRun on Windows XP and Vista.
Busy IT professionals and even end-users know that every little shortcut is important. Simple hacks can help you customize your tools to fit your work habits — and in the end — save you some valuable time.