First, there was anti-virus.
By David Berlind
for Between the Lines
| August 17, 2004 -- 11:40 GMT (04:40 PDT)
| Topic: Security
MaxRoam drives cost/complexity out of international roaming
Tech & Work
Farewell to ZDNet (and CNET)
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Google Apps 'founder' Rajen Sheth: We dialog with users through new code
US stopped using floppy disks to manage nuclear weapons arsenal
US Air Force switches to secure solid-state-based solution to replace antiquated floppy disks in SACCS nuclear weapons management system.
Blockchain helps enterprises' digital ecosystems in Asia-Pacific
Four out of five think robots are better than their managers (for some things)
Would you trust a robot more than your manager? A new global study found that the majority of workers most definitely would.
Free decrypter released for STOP ransomware, today's most popular ransomware strain
New free decrypter can help victims decrypt 148 of the 160 versions of the STOP ransomware.
Stolen staff data could be your biggest security weakness
Samsung to patch S10 fingerprint sensor bug next week
Samsung promises software patch next week; recommends not using custom screen covers in the meantime.
Google is in serious trouble, warns top anti-trust lawyer
Google's case is similar to 19 years ago -- when Microsoft was found guilty of exclusionary conduct
UK government, Arm ink deal to boost chip security
£36 million in funding has been handed over to protect business technologies.
Cryptocurrency executives charged with running $11 million Ponzi scheme
Sky-high rates of return were promised to participants.