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  1. Google Reports Surge in Spam Using Obfuscated JavaScript
  2. Fix it Released for Security Advisory 2286198
  3. MS Eye on Earth Evolves with Closer Bing Maps Integration
  4. Beta for Next Version of Microsoft Security Essentials Now Available
  5. Big Changes for Next Version of Adobe Reader
  6. Security Secrets the Bad Guys Don't Want You to Know
  7. Windows XP vs. Windows 7, a Microsoft Perspective
  8. IE9, Firefox 4.0, Chrome 6.0, Opera 10.70 - Browser Race on Steroids
  9. Malware > The Stuxnet Sting
  10. Microsoft Security Advisory (2286198)
  11. Microsoft Unveils “Aurora”
  12. Users Must Take Stronger Role in Information Security
  13. Mozilla Ramps Up Vulnerability Reward Program
  14. Microsoft Malware Protection Center
  15. Set Bing as your homepage, Microsoft donates $3 to charity
  16. Experts Warn of New Windows Shortcut Flaw
  17. DNS Rebinding Attack Can Be Used to Hack Home Routers
  18. Microsoft: 25,000 PCs attacked with latest Windows zero day
  19. Windows XP: Kill it, bin it, upgrade it
  20. Windows 7 SP1 Beta FAQ
  21. Windows 8 and Windows 7 Will Overlap for as Much as 2 Years
  22. Russia has MS sourcecode
  23. Putting limits on users' privileges... Windows UAC
  24. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for july 13, 2010
  25. Microsoft extends XP Downgrade rights until 2020
  26. Windows 7 SP1 Final Drops in 2011
  27. Why are 74% of business computers still running XP
  28. Microsoft's Ballmer: Windows 7 slates are coming this year
  29. Scareware Authors Now Offer Live Tech Support
  30. Windows XP SP2 Support Ends This Week
  31. Microsoft Extends Downgrade to XP
  32. Windows 7 SP1 Public Beta Released
  33. New AV Product Testing Methods Stir Debate
  34. Rumor: Beta of "Vail" and "Aurora" to be available next week
  35. Australia bows to complaints, delays 'Net filter for a year
  36. Windows 7 Backward Compatibility Update Available
  37. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for July 2010
  38. Security Expert Recommends IE8 over Firefox, Chrome
  39. Nearly half of Windows 7 installations are 64-bit
  40. IE9 Preview 3 vs. Firefox 4.0 pre-Beta vs. Chrome 5.0 – Hardware
  41. Windows 8 – Nothing Is Set in Stone
  42. Natural Disasters and Global Warming Fuel the Malware Flames
  43. 7 Wonders of Windows 7
  44. Regional banking Trojans sneak past security defences
  45. Democrats push for new Internet sales taxes
  46. iTunes App Store and accounts hacked
  47. IE reverses usage share slide, at Firefox's expense
  48. Desktop Virtualization: Care and Feeding of Virtual Environments
  49. The Cable Guy: Changes to the DNS Client Service in Windows 7 and Wind
  50. Toolbox: New Products for IT Professionals
  51. IE9 Pedal to the Metal to the Turbo-Charged Future of the Internet
  52. Growing pains afflict HTML5 standardization
  53. Popular apps don't bother with Windows defences
  54. Worrldwide Browser Share:June 2010.
  55. Top Apps Largely Forgo Windows Security Protections
  56. Microsoft Office 2010: What's still missing?
  57. IBM is moving to Firefox as its default browser
  58. Windows 8 in 2012, Beta as Early as 2011
  59. Finland first country to make broadband a 'legal right'
  60. Microsoft Invents Battery Technology
  61. Windows Anytime Upgrade Offer Expires
  62. Sony Laptop recall information/model numbers
  63. Google Chrome will block out-of-date plug-ins
  64. Microsoft pushes new version of Security Essentials to existing users
  65. Microsoft pulls the plug on Kin
  66. Dell knowingly sold defective computers
  67. Finnish court frowns on Finreactor BitTorrent
  68. Important Information Concerning CompTIA Certification
  69. Firefox 4.0 Official Beta 1 Released
  70. Keeping PCs and Macs in perspective
  71. Important service change regarding Twitter with Widows Live‏
  72. Leaked Presentation Reveals Microsoft's Plans For Windows 8
  73. Chrome Passes Safari in U.S. Market
  74. Anti-virus is a Poor Substitute for Common Sense
  75. PCI Express 3.0 Spec Nears Completion
  76. Mozilla and Google Working Together, But Not Really...
  77. IE9 Races for Fastest Browsers in the World Spot with Chrome, Firefox,
  78. Senate 'Internet Kill Switch' Bill Moves Forward
  79. Dell testing Google Chrome OS on some computers
  80. Exploiting the Exploiters
  81. Testers get first Windows 7 SP1 beta build
  82. Windows 7 Sells 150 Million Licenses
  83. Windows Live Essentials Beta due for release
  84. Introduction to Rogue Anti-Virus
  85. SP1 Will Fix Windows 7 RTM Boot Freezes at 'Please Wait' Screen
  86. Mozilla Patches 9 Firefox Bugs, Adds Plug-in Crash Protection
  87. Microsoft Backup is crap...according to The Register
  88. Just 19 years ago
  89. IE9, IE8, IE7 Compatibility Features
  90. What's Adobe's 64-bit Flash plan?
  91. Firefox 4.0 Beta close
  92. 10 Reasons to Try Office 2010
  93. Microsoft Delivers Blow to Internet Fraud with Internet Fraud Alert
  94. Google Chrome Dev channel push halted due to crashes
  95. Firefoxers howl as privacy add-on auto updates with 'bloatware'
  96. Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Bulletproofed Just Like Windows 7
  97. First, China. Next: the Great Firewall of... Australia?
  98. Unpatched Windows Vulnerability Actively Exploited in the Wild
  99. Microsoft Malware Protection Center.
  100. MS Office 2010 & What is Protected View?
  101. Support is ending for XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2), on July 13, 2010
  102. Microsoft SQL Azure: Growing Opportunities for Data in the Cloud
  103. More people downloaded Office than Windows
  104. Microsoft confirms XP zero-day exploit.
  105. Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Test Center Updated
  106. Cloud Keyloggers?
  107. Microsoft sends out Windows 7 SP1 beta invites
  108. Microsoft Office 2010 Goes on Sale!
  109. MSE vs. Kaspersky, Panda, Avira, Symantec.....
  110. Do your Office Starter 2010 homework
  111. Will Windows 8 & Server "Next" to be Developed in Parallel
  112. Apple and Microsoft will face off for June 24 retail showdown
  113. ChromeOS to support legacy PC apps through "Chromoting"
  114. The PC Is Dead, Long Live the PC
  115. Govt wants ISPs to record browsing history
  116. At last the legislators are doing something right!
  117. Don’t Need Java? Junk It.
  118. Office 15 Details Revealed.
  119. Microsoft Killing MSE Security Essentials Fake.
  120. Microsoft Powers Up Campaign for IE8
  121. Critical Update: Adobe Flash Player
  122. Microsoft launches free Office Web Apps.
  123. Microsoft hides mystery Firefox extension in toolbar update
  124. Microsoft Security Essentials Finds New Malware But Avoids False Posit
  125. Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) vs. Safari 5
  126. Microsoft details Windows 7 SP1 plans, public beta end of July
  127. How a silly phone for teens reveals MS's plan for us all
  128. Windows 7 Feature Focus Tablet PC and Windows Touch
  129. Send Your Windows PC Questions to Microsoft
  130. June 2010 Security Bulletin Advance Notification
  131. 7 Windows 7 Licenses Sold Every Second Since Launch
  132. Microsoft Security Essentials installer zaps Automatic Updates setting
  133. Windows Home Server now $69
  134. Intel delays USB 3 chipsets until 2012
  135. Microsoft unveils Windows Live Essentials Wave 4
  136. Firefox 4.0 UI Redesign In-Content UI Visual Unification
  137. A JavaScript Only Implementation Of Flash Is Here
  138. Windows 7 SP1 Features to Be Discussed at TechEd US 2010
  139. Jobs at D8 on Flash, iPad and the Post-PC era
  140. Chrome OS to launch this fall
  141. IE9 Is Going Strong and IE8 Grows Faster than Chrome or Firefox
  142. MS. - Scareware Indictments Put Cybercriminals on Notice
  143. Windows 7 Breathing Down Vista’s Neck While Eating Away At XP
  144. Google ditches Windows on security concerns
  145. The 3D PC.
  146. Microsoft adCenter Terms and Conditions Update on June 21
  147. IE 6's ineptitude is a feature, not flaw.
  148. Windows 7 to Get 64-bit (x64) Firefox
  149. 2010 CARO workshop (Computer Anti-virus Research Organisation)
  150. Mozilla Expert Describes New Phishing Method
  151. Windows 7 SP1 6.1.7601.16560 Could Be the Official Beta
  152. Visual Studio 10 will compile native MacOSX, iPhone and iPad code
  153. Apple Is Now Bigger Than Microsoft: The Most Valuable Tech Company
  154. ServiceOS: Microsoft's morphing browser-operating system project
  155. MS Threat Research & Response Blog
  156. What is Win32/FakeRean?
  157. Outlook lock-in could vanish with new open source projects
  158. Windows 7 Almost Immune to the Alureon Rootkit.
  159. Bach, Allard leaving Microsoft
  160. Windows Live Messenger 2009 QFE3 and Wave 4 -
  161. Microsoft Security Essentials 1.0 Available on 74 Markets...
  162. Outlook lock-in could vanish with new open source projects
  163. Seagate Tries for Hybrid Hard Drives Again With Momentus XT
  164. The Same Markup Utopia IE, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and WebM...
  165. Reminder: Windows 7 RC will expire Effective June 1, 2010.
  166. New Microsoft betas push "private cloud" strategy
  167. Search more securely with encrypted Google web search
  168. MS Massive’s In-Game Advertising On Par With Other Forms of Digital..
  169. The amazing memristor -beyond digital computing
  170. Report: Facebook caught sharing secret data with advert
  171. Microsoft Customer Satisfaction Improves, Likely due to Win7
  172. MS adds support for Office 2010 via new Deployment
  173. MS delivers a new test build of key private-cloud......
  174. The KOMO 4 Problem Solvers and I team up to tackle....
  175. Apple turns away iPad buyer
  176. TechNet Webcast: Security Talk:
  177. Steve Ballmer "We tried too big a task" with Vista
  178. New ways we're fighting spam in Hotmail
  179. Microsoft's Ballmer shares his 'five things that matter
  180. Announcing: Windows AppFabric RC and BizTalk Server
  181. Microsoft Confirms x64 Windows 7 Aero Vulnerability
  182. Windows 7 x64 And Server 2008 R2 Vulnerability Emerges
  183. Google opens VP8 codec, aims to nuke H.264 with WebM
  184. Another Follow-up on HTML5 Video in IE9
  185. Another Follow-up on HTML5 Video in IE9
  186. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 Update 1 - Now in Bet
  187. Facebook calls All Hands on Deck Meeting
  188. Britons spend more than 'one day a month online'
  189. MS sues Salesforce.com for alleged patent infringement.
  190. Microsoft Modeling the World 1.0
  191. Bing Maps Piracy Watch Reveals Incidents Worldwide.
  192. Security Advisory 2028859 Released
  193. Windows-7-SP1-Beta-Up-to Build 6.1.7601.16559
  194. From Microsoft Research - New 3D NUI Experience:
  195. Re-inventing Windows Live Hotmail – the next generation
  196. May the IE8 Force Be with You.
  197. Windows Live Hotmail and the iPad Fail to Play Nice...
  198. Product Activation using VAMT 2.0
  199. Microsoft's Ray Ozzie on the privacy issues of cloud...
  200. Broadband makes women happy
  201. Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 to Be Unveiled on May 18
  202. Office 2010 Box Art Design
  203. MS Releases Office 2010 and Its Impact on Business.
  204. May 2010 Security Bulletin Webcast
  205. Apple spurred police in lost iPhone probe
  206. Office Live Workspace Will Be Upgraded to Windows Live
  207. Onward to Windows Live Essentials Wave 4 –......
  208. The CSS Corner: CSS3 Selectors
  209. Microsoft: MSE safe from Windows kernel hook attack
  210. Accelerate Your Windows 7 Pilot With The Proof Of Conce
  211. Germany: Wireless owner responsible for others download
  212. Troubleshooting Windows 7 Deployments...
  213. Microsoft nixes '-webkit' prefix for IE Mobile for Win.
  214. Air Force may suffer collateral damage from PS3 firmwar
  215. Louisiana fiber network running—despite cable, telco la
  216. 2 Critical Windows and Office Security Bulletins
  217. Windows 7 DirectX 11 Problems on PCs with Over 4GB
  218. Minor update to Essentials released today
  219. Humble Bundle games go open source
  220. Wikipedia rolling out new look and features.
  221. Bing Maps turn-by-turn navigation released for Windows
  222. What draws people to Windows Live Mail and other email
  223. Managing product keys using VAMT 2.0
  224. What’s up with the Business Launch? A conversation with
  225. Free Office Mobile 2010 for Windows Phones
  226. Windows 7 SP1 Build 7601.16556 Beta 1 Escrow Leaked....
  227. Multicore CPUs move attack from theoretical to...
  228. Google pushes Docs as MS prepares for launch of Office
  229. XP SP3 to Get Slice of Windows Live Wave 4, but Not as
  230. OEMs charged less for Office 2010 if they preload more
  231. Windows Home Server Code Name “Vail” Goes International
  232. May 2010 Security Bulletin Release
  233. Internet approaches addressing limit
  234. Windows Live Wave 4 to be named Live Essentials 2011
  235. How the SDL helped improve Security in Office 2010
  236. Simplifying Desktop Virtualization
  237. Security Firm: Microsoft Issued 'Silent' Patches
  238. MS pushes users to ditch XP with IE9 plans....
  239. Windows 7 Update Ends Chance to Revert to XP
  240. Scribd Ditches Flash in Favor of HTML5
  241. Listening to you on Hotmail
  242. IE9 Platform Preview 3 Comes with HTML5 < video >
  243. Bing Makes Online Shopping a Social Experience
  244. Microsoft Kin reviews not so keen.
  245. Developing for Windows Home Server “Vail”
  246. Egypt launches Arabic web domain
  247. The potential dangers of Microsoft's secret patches
  248. IE9 at over 1 Million Downloads and Counting, ....
  249. Advance Notification for the May 2010 Security Bulletin
  250. Windows 7 Now Ahead Of Vista? Probably Not