A senior security expert at the networking giant says that aspects of Microsoft's new operating system are worrying.
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After launching a mobile-security service last week, Finnish antivirus specialist F-Secure is being accused of magnifying threats to smart phones.Software and services company CA in a statement on Monday said F-Secure is marketing its service, which is designed to help protect mobile devices against malicious software, by carrying out a sustained campaign of hype.
New Zealand last week voted to reject Microsoft OOXML as an international standard while the Swedish Standards Institute invalidated its own vote after discovering irregularities.
The number of security holes found in Microsoft software between 2006 and 2007 has risen threefold, says vulnerability-scanning company Qualys.
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Between 2006 and 2007, there was an almost threefold rise in flaws found in Microsoft software, according to vulnerability-scanning company Qualys.
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A denial-of-service attack that limits the number of SMS messages that can be received by Nokia smartphones has been disclosed and demonstrated.
The bid to fast track Office Open XML as an ISO-certified standard has received a setback, with ISO member Brazil casting a 'No' vote.