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Adobe to deactivate all user accounts in Venezuela

To comply with an executive order issued by the U.S. government, Adobe is deactivating all accounts in Venezuela. The computer software company will no longer be providing users access to services and software, including free ones, or allowing users to make any new transactions or purchases. 

Cisco unveils application acceleration gear

Under its Application Network Services portfolio, Cisco System Inc. is shipping ACE 4710, Wide Area Application Services Mobile and an XML gateway

Unlocking the potential of SOA

The bad old days of enterprise software, when information was locked in separate silos, are almost over, and most of us are glad to see them go. Service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and software have arrived on the scene to usher in a new era.

ISS warns of holes in Check Point firewall, VPN server

Users of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. firewalls need to upgrade them right away in order to shut down a vulnerability that can lead to the firewalls being taken over by attackers.

ITU: Infonet, Boingo form global Wi-Fi partnership

Corporate customers of Infonet Services Corp. will be able to access more than 5,000 broadband wireless hot spots managed globally by Boingo Wireless Inc., under an agreement announced Tuesday at the Telecom World 2003 conference and exhibition in Geneva.

Retiring exec tells MS to embrace open-source

Microsoft Corp. must take an approach that favours and embraces the diversity of open source software or face oblivion, David Stutz, a departing Microsoft executive wrote in his farewell letter to the company.

VPN software is not created equal

With IP Security VPNs established as a preferred method of remote access, businesses now must weigh an array of options that can make deploying and managing these VPNs less daunting.

Vulnerabilities uncovered in Cisco VPN client software

New vulnerabilties discovered in the Cisco Virtual Private Network (VPN) 5000 Client software could allow an attacker to gain root access to a local workstation running the VPN client software or to capture password information used by the client, according to statements released by security company Ubizen NV and by Cisco Systems Inc. last week.

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