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  1. Microsoft Patch 'Erases' Outlook Express Addresses; Users Irked (3 replies)
  2. Understanding Windows Vista Service Hardening (0 replies)
  3. Spam Spreads Storm Trojan Across Internet (0 replies)
  4. Monster hack leaves thousands exposed (0 replies)
  5. Microsoft issues six 'critical patches' (0 replies)
  6. IE At Risk To New Unpatched Bug (0 replies)
  7. MySpace faces security problems (6 replies)
  8. Serious PayPal Flaw Disclosed (1 reply)
  9. Microsoft Readies 12 Security Patches (1 reply)
  10. Microsoft Patches Two Critical Vulnerabilities (0 replies)
  11. Microsoft's Security Disclosures Come Under Fire (0 replies)
  12. ISP snooping gaining support (0 replies)
  13. Spyware-Powered Click Fraud Traced to Yahoo (0 replies)
  14. MS Patch Day: 10 Flaws Fixed in Monster IE Update (0 replies)
  15. Trojan horses steal bank details, passwords (0 replies)
  16. Exploit Unleashed for IE Hole (0 replies)
  17. Do-It-Yourself Spyware Kit Sells for $20 (0 replies)
  18. Here Come the Exploits: Microsoft Patches 7 Flaws (0 replies)
  19. Virus poses as MSN Messenger 8 (0 replies)
  20. Dasher Worm Attacks Windows (0 replies)
  21. Santa worm is coming to IM (0 replies)
  22. Symantec Says Vulnerability Impacts 63 Products (0 replies)
  23. Scam e-mails warn of FBI monitoring, agency says (1 reply)
  24. Sober Variant Spam (2 replies)
  25. Attack code released for IE hole (0 replies)
  26. More Scams (0 replies)
  27. Banks warned over m-commerce security peril (0 replies)
  28. CA aims to curb spam with Qurb (0 replies)
  29. Spyware 'calling home' volumes soar (0 replies)
  30. Survey: Hackers Target Flawed Backup Software (0 replies)
  31. Social Engineering - What's your number? (0 replies)
  32. New Spam-Fighting Technique Under Scrutiny (0 replies)
  33. Virus Bounties No Longer Effective (0 replies)
  34. India Crushes 7/7 Worm Posing as News Footage (0 replies)
  35. Security holes add up in second quarter (0 replies)
  36. Offering a bounty for security bugs (0 replies)
  37. U.K. cops want to attack terrorism Web sites (0 replies)
  38. Netscape fixes browser flaws (0 replies)
  39. Attackers lurk on photo sites, firm warns (0 replies)
  40. Computer security threats rise; iTunes, RealPlayer (0 replies)
  41. Professors Make Password Protection Product (0 replies)
  42. PDA security starts to improve (0 replies)
  43. The sorry state of IM (0 replies)
  44. World's biggest e-crime bust nets 310 people (0 replies)
  45. Compulsory Windows piracy checks (0 replies)
  46. Worm uses iTunes to trick users (0 replies)
  47. Hacker magazine shuts up shop (0 replies)
  48. Could blogging spread computer worms? (0 replies)
  49. Adware maker Claria steps into search (0 replies)
  50. Microsoft Patches Flaws Haunting IE, Word Users (0 replies)
  51. Microsoft's UK website defaced (0 replies)
  52. Microsoft Ignores Spyware (1 reply)
  53. Worm turns on creator of virus that hit millions (1 reply)
  54. Spyware fears change US online habits: study (0 replies)
  55. Firewall flaws open the door to hackers (0 replies)
  56. Mass TCP Port Attack Could Be Imminent, Analyst Warns (1 reply)
  57. Massive, well-coordinated Trojan attack (2 replies)
  58. Security Flaws Found in McAfee AntiVirus (0 replies)
  59. Vulnerabilities in XP SP2's Data Execution Protection (DEP) (1 reply)
  60. W32.Sober-K-mm (0 replies)
  61. Linux security is a 'myth', claims Microsoft (0 replies)
  62. Spoolcll.exe - New Virus? (0 replies)
  63. Thunderbird gets phishing detection (0 replies)
  64. Microsoft Fixes Carry Top Threat Rating (0 replies)
  65. T-Mobile hacker charged (0 replies)
  66. Virus in Nude Photos (1 reply)
  67. Critical flaw plagues Mozilla (0 replies)
  68. Trojan Threatens XP (0 replies)
  69. Forcefield Wireless (0 replies)
  70. Cyber crime booms in 2004 (0 replies)
  71. Google worm targets AOL, Yahoo (0 replies)
  72. Hackers Aim to Sabotage Holiday Computing (0 replies)
  73. Exploits released for new Windows flaws (0 replies)
  74. Google squashes Santy worm (0 replies)
  75. Hacme Bank (0 replies)
  76. 2004 in review (0 replies)
  77. Santy Worm (0 replies)
  78. Adobe Patches Acrobat Vulnerabilities (0 replies)
  79. Microsoft Windows ipconfig.exe Overflow (0 replies)
  80. Microsoft Fixes 'Critical' XP Firewall Issue (0 replies)
  81. PHP Vulnerabilities (0 replies)
  82. Students uncover dozens of Unix software flaws (0 replies)
  83. Microsoft Issues 5 Important Security Bulletins (0 replies)
  84. Bugs Bring New Dangers to Acrobat Users (0 replies)
  85. Zafi Spreads Like Crazy (0 replies)
  86. Security Updates for XP (0 replies)
  87. Security research suggests Linux has fewer flaws (0 replies)
  88. Zafi Worm Hides Behind Christmas Cheer (0 replies)
  89. Online bank fraud concerns consumers (0 replies)
  90. Christmas Identity Theft (0 replies)
  91. VPN and firewall sales (0 replies)
  92. Netsky: Worst Virus Of 2004 (0 replies)
  93. Most Browsers Buggy, Even IE In XP SP2 (0 replies)
  94. MS04-040: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (0 replies)
  95. HP Touts Software to Slow Computer Worms (0 replies)
  96. Microsoft Internet Explorer Malformed IFRAME Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability (0 replies)
  97. Lycos Spam Screensaver (0 replies)
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