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Security giant Symantec overnight said it would acquire email security services provider MessageLabs.
Security vendor RSA has reported an increase in the use of "fast-flux" to obscure zombie computer activities. However, University of Cambridge researchers disagree, saying it's the same botnet being leased out to others.
Mozilla Messaging, the newly launched subsidiary of the Mozilla Foundation, is "interested" in developing instant messaging software, according to the organisation's chief executive.
Russian antivirus company Kaspersky has launched a hosted e-mail-filtering service in Europe, however plans for Australia are yet to be revealed.
The anniversary week of the first Storm worm attack brought more variants, one of which launches an early Valentine Day attack.
There are currently a number of "highly critical" unpatched security flaws in Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange versions 4.x, 5.x, and 6.x, according to Secunia.
The owners of the Storm botnet, whose identities are as yet unknown, could be preparing to sell off the "services" of segments of the network, according to Joe Stewart, a researcher from managed security services company SecureWorks.
A technical contractor may have started a chain of events that led to security professionals divulging classified information
Microsoft has blamed a human error for incorrect reports that it has rolled out a preview of Vista Service Pack 1, however, a final date for its launch is yet to be confirmed.