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Expecting the supply to dry up soon, ARIN will seek to verify that applications are legitimate. A Burton Group analyst predicts speculators may buy domains only for resale

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Corporate firewalls are crumbling in the face of an employee app onslaught, according to a recent survey by security firm Palo Alto Networks

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Open-source management vendor takes on the cloud

San Francisco-based Hyperic Inc. this week released an upgrade to its HQ application that lets IT managers monitor virtual environments

Vendors fixing bug that could crash Internet systems

Technical details on the vulnerabilities have not been released, but the security experts who discovered the problem say that they can knock Windows, Linux, embedded systems and even firewalls offline

Peer-to-peer client uTorrent fixes serious vulnerability

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