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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Allegations of Iran embargo evasion.
You, your friend, and a spy,
Bloomberg Businessweek sticking to its story.
Claims it's not a serious issue.
Documents major security breaches.
Could shave $1bn off the deal.
Major security gaffe.
Admin-level access, disables SMEP.
Claims customers weren't using it.
Vows to fight the FBI over iOS back-door.
Rootpipe still very much an issue.
Years-old back-door API finally closed.
Just like it did back in 2013, in fact.
"Never trust closed source routers."
Promised patches finally delivered.
Claims code is a 'failsafe,' no longer used.
Joel puts a hole in D-Link's security.
A Trojan planted in the source code of the UnrealIRCd package for Linux has been discovered.
The secretive National Security Agency has described its part in helping Microsoft improve security in its latest version of Windows - which should worry conspiracy theorists.
Microsoft is due to ship a flawed random number generator with the latest Windows Vista service pack, which has the potential to put your encrypted data at risk.
A new rootkit can avoid detection by standard anti-virus software and change its code to adapt to its environment.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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