Apple says fix for Mac encryption flaw coming soon

Following the release of a fix for a major security flaw in its iPhone and iPad mobile devices Apple Inc., said it is also working on solution for desktop and notebook devices running

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Will AV vendors still offer Windows XP updates?

Are you among the many computer users dreading April 8 - the day Microsoft Corp. says it will finally stop issuing updates to its Windows XP operating system? There may still be hope.

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Cisco promises fix for AP, router backdoor

Network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc. said it will release firmware updates to plug a backdoor found in two of its routers and a wireless access point that could provide attackers administrative control

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Yahoo still fixing email problems

A week after its email service went down Yahoo Inc. says it is still working to get service back up to 100 per cent. “As part of the restoration process, some timestamps may

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Security firm warns of new XP flaw

Just five months before Microsoft Corp. ends support for Windows XP, a security firm has warned that a new zero day flaw in the aging operating system is being used by attackers to

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Microsoft patches Windows zero-day today

Microsoft Corp. will patch today, a flaw in Windows that affects all editions of the operating systems ranging from the 12-year-old XP to the just released Windows 8.1. Security researchers who discovered the

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Hackers exploit Office zero-day

Hackers are exploiting a critical and unpatched vulnerability in Windows Office 2003, 2007 and 2010, Microsoft Corp. warned yesterday. The attackers are using a malformed image file viewed on a Web site or

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Windows 7 tops XP, Windows 8 in malware encounter rate

Computers still using Windows XP are six times more likely to be infected by viruses than machines running Windows 8, but computers using Windows 7 have the highest encounter rate, according to Microsoft

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Microsoft Canada CIO busts OS migration myths

By April 8 next year Microsoft Corp. would have stopped issuing patches to its Windows XP operating system. For years, Redmond has been threatening (and then pulling back) to cut support for its

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