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CSO Digital: Security roundup (Week of May 23, 2016)

A weekly roundup of IT security happenings around the world

Dell chooses AMD processors for high-end servers

In a surprise move, Dell Inc. on Thursday announced it will use Opteron processors from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) in its high-end, multiprocessor servers by the end of the year.

Samsung to build WiBro network in Brazil

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has won a contract to supply a high-speed wireless broadband network based on the WiBro standard to TVA Sistema de Televisao SA in Brazil, the South Korean company said Wednesday.

Phishing figures show rise in Trojans

The latest figures from the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) offer cold comfort for anyone concerned about phishing. Although the number of attacks seems to have reached a plateau, phishing e-mails appear to be getting more sophisticated.

Blaster-B author gets the slammer

Jeffrey Lee Parson, the author of the Blaster-B internet worm which launched an attack against Microsoft’s Web site, has been sentenced to 18 months...

Trojan disables MS Anti-spyware

A soft spot on the underbelly of Microsoft Corp.

Studies reveal positive security trends

According to Donovan Gow, vice-president of equity research with American Technology Research in Greenwich, Conn., the IT security picture, while gloomy, is not altogether bad.

Nortel offers accounting update, sells manufacturing biz to Flextronics

Nortel Networks Ltd. anticipates it will be ready to release financial results for Q1 2004 as early as mid-July, the company said Tuesday in its most recent bi-weekly status report, ordered as a result of Nortel's restatement processes by the Ontario Securities Commission.

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