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10.03.2002 - MS02-055: Unchecked Buffer in Windows Help Facility Could Enable Code Execution (323255)



View Microsoft related news. This update resolves the "Unchecked buffer in HTML Help can lead to Code Execution" security vulnerability in Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP. Download now to prevent a malicious user from running an unauthorized program on your computer.
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10.03.2002 - MS02-056: Cumulative Patch for SQL Server 7.0/2000 (316333)



View Microsoft-SQL related news. This is a cumulative patch that includes the functionality of all previously released patches for SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server 2000, and Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE) 1.0, Microsoft Desktop Engine (MSDE) 2000. In addition, it eliminates four newly discovered vulnerabilities.
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10.03.2002 - MS02-057: Flaw in Services for Unix 3.0 Interix SDK Could Allow Code Execution (329209)



View Microsoft related news. All three vulnerabilities discussed in this bulletin involve the inclusion of the Sun RPC library in Microsoft’s Services for UNIX (SFU) 3.0 on the Interix SDK. Developers who created applications or utilities using the Sun RPC library from the Interix SDK need to evaluate three vulnerabilities. Affects Microsoft Windows NT/2000/XP.
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10.03.2002 - Apache Group: Apache HTTP Server 2.0.43



View Apache related news. The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards.
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10.03.2002 - Apache Group: Apache HTTP Server 1.3.27



View Apache related news. The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards.
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10.03.2002 - Stardock Corporation: WindowFX 2.0



View Stardock related news. WindowFX is a revolutionary new program that allows you to add an unprecedented number of special effects to Windows XP.
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10.03.2002 - NVIDIA Detonator 40.72 Drivers



View NVIDIA-drivers related news. NVIDIA released new Detonator 40 Graphic Drivers. These drivers are WHQL Certification Pending.
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10.03.2002 - MS02-054: Unchecked Buffer in File Decompression Functions Could Lead to Code Execution (329048)



View Microsoft related news. An unchecked buffer exists in the program that handles the decompressing of files from a zipped file. When this program tries to open a file that has a specially malformed file name that is contained in a zipped file, Windows Explorer may fail or an attacker may be able to run any code. This behavior creates a security vulnerability. Affects Microsoft Windows 98/ME/XP.
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10.02.2002 - DDR output tops SDRAM for first time



View News related news. DDR has officially surpassed SDRAM in output for the first time, according to DRAMeXchange’s global September DRAM shipment statistics released on October 1.
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10.02.2002 - IBM Rolls Out Smallest Desktop PC



View News related news. IBM on Wednesday unveiled its smallest commercial desktop, the NetVista S42, which while measuring about the same size as a collegiate dictionary offers largely the same functionality as its heftier brethren.
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10.02.2002 - Vocera Communications introduce wearable communications device



View News related news. Vocera Communications Badge is a wearable device that weighs less than two ounces and can easily be clipped to a shirt pocket or worn on a lanyard. It enables instant two-way voice conversation without the need to remember a phone number or manipulate a handset. The Vocera Communications Badge is controlled using natural spoken language. To initiate a conversation with Jim and Mary, for example, the user would simply say, "Get me Jim and Mary." In addition, when a live conversation is not necessary, text messages and alerts can be sent to the LCD screen on the Communications Badge.
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10.02.2002 - Dell takes lead in lowering LCD monitor prices



View News related news. Dell Computer significantly cut LCD monitor prices on September 30. Though other vendors have not yet followed suit, it seems another round of price competition ahead of the Christmas holiday season has opened.
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10.01.2002 - ElcomSoft: Advanced PDF Password Recovery v1.44



View ElcomSoft related news. This program (Advanced PDF Password Recovery, or simply APDFPR) can be used to decrypt protected Adobe Acrobat PDF files, which have "owner" password set, preventing the file from editing (changing), printing, selecting text and graphics (and copying them into the Clipboard), or adding/changing annotations and form fields (in any combination). Decryption is being done instantly. Decrypted file can be opened in any PDF viewer (e.g. Adobe Acrobar Reader) without any restrictions -- i.e. with edit/copy/print functions enabled. All versions of Adobe Acrobat (including 5.x, which features 128-bit encryption) are supported. The program is also able to convert Kinko's Document Format (KDF) files to PDF files (without any protection).
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10.01.2002 - NVIDIA nForce2 Platform Processors Now in Production



View NVIDIA related news. SANTA CLARA, CA--OCTOBER 1, 2002--NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, today announced that its second-generation NVIDIA® nForce(TM) platform processors--nForce2--are now in production. The highly anticipated processors have been delivered to the Company’s extensive list of motherboard partners in preparation for the introduction of nForce2-based solutions into the channel and retail markets.
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10.01.2002 - Ahead Software: Nero 5.5.9.14



View Nero related news. "Nero Burning ROM is the best friend your recorder could ever have. Fast, ultra-stable, powerful, and user-friendly, Nero is the complete answer to your recording needs. Since 1995, Nero's development has been guided by users like you. Now, with Nero 5.5, the world's premiere recording application has gotten even better!"
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10.01.2002 - ACD Systems: ACDSee Standard 5.0 and ACDSee 5.0 PowerPack



View ACD-Systems related news. The trial version of ACDSee 5.0 is now available today, October 1st.
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09.30.2002 - ElcomSoft: Advanced Instant Messengers Password Recovery v1.40



View ElcomSoft related news. Advanced Instant Messengers Password Recovery (or simply AIMPR) is a program to recover login and password information (stored locally) for most popular instant messengers: ICQ, AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Excite Messenger, MSN Messenger, Odigo, Trillian, AT&T IM Anywhere, T-Online Messenger, Match Messenger, Praize IM, ScreenFIRE, ACD Express Comunicator, Imici Messenger, Prodigy IM, PowWow Messenger, Jabber IM, Kellster IM, PalTalk, Indiatimes messenger, Miranda, Tiscali, Ya.com Messenger, Rediff Bol, Sify Buzz, Devil, Tencent QQ. Passwords are recovered instantly, multilingual ones are supported.
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09.30.2002 - Virus could prove real bugbear for Networks.



View AntiVirus related news. A new mass-mailing virus hit the Internet Monday, and unlike many others of its ilk, carries with it a payload that could do quite a bit of damage to vulnerable networks.
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09.30.2002 - Sanyo double CDRW Capacity



View News related news. Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. has introduced a CD drive which can read and write twice the normal amount of data onto a conventional CD-R disc, the company announced Wednesday. When data is recorded with the CRD-BPDV2 drive for HD-Burn, a 700M-byte CD-R can hold 1.4G bytes of data. This will allow the recording medium to hold up to two hours of video, according to a Sanyo representative, who declined to give his name.
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09.30.2002 - Cloudmark: SpamNet 1.0 Beta 6e for Microsoft Outlook 2000/XP



View Cloudmark related news. Cloudmark SpamNet saves you time and frustration by automatically stopping spam. The service is free and easy to use. Spend time reading your email-not deleting unwanted spam messages. Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP are required.
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09.30.2002 - HP Pavilion, Presarios hit by Microsoft XP patch glitch



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. "MICROSOFT IS WARNING owners of the HP Pavilion or the Compaq Presario using Windows XP that upgrading using SP1 could mean the OS will not work at all."
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09.29.2002 - AOL on $199 computers



View News related news. This computer could turn out to be a very big deal. Not so much because it’s the first under-$200 new PC to hit the marketplace or because it runs a version of Linux which can run some Windows programs — but because the idea had been embraced by the number one online service.
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09.29.2002 - AMD to produce 64-bit desktop processor



View AMD related news. AMD is going to risk all and produce a 64-bit desktop Processor.
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09.28.2002 - Maxtor's new MaXLine Plus II hard drives come with 5 year warranty



View HardDrive related news. It seems not all Maxtor hard drives will come with the measly 1-year warranty. The newly announced 7200RPM MaXLine Plus II drives will adorn a hefty 5-year limited warranty.
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09.28.2002 - 37 OS's on 1 PC



View News related news. 18-year-old Richard Robbins had way too much extra time on his hands so he put together a computer that runs 37 different operating systems.
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09.27.2002 - Cerulean Studios: Trillian and Trillian Pro Patch A



View Trillian related news. These patches address current issues.
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09.27.2002 - NVIDIA Detonator 40.71 Beta Graphics Drivers



View NVIDIA-drivers related news. These drivers are WHQL Certification Pending.
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09.26.2002 - Pocket-Sized RC Cars Hit U.S. Soil



View News related news. The latest Asian craze, modifiable radio-controlled cars that fit in the palm of your hand, has finally hit the U.S. In a press conference Wednesday, Radio Shack introduced the ZipZap line of miniature RC cars. Each is based upon real-life roadster, and can be tricked out with body kits and other accessories. Customers also have the option of upgrading and tweaking the gear ratios to give their car an extra boost.
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09.26.2002 - AMD IS SET to launch some new-flavour Athlons on October 1st



View AMD related news. The chipmaker will unveil its long-awaited 333MHz frontside bus in the 2700+ and 2800+ Athlon XPs, on that date, our sources tell us, pointing to a revival of the chip wars between AMD and Intel in the run-up to the pre-Christmas buying binge.
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09.26.2002 - MIT at Work on Resilient Internet



View WWW-News related news. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in collaboration with scientists from several other universities and organizations, are designing a new distributed, self-healing Internet infrastructure that they hope will be resistant to attack and failure. The project, known as IRIS (Infrastructure for Resilient Internet Systems), aims to take some of the properties of current distributed computing systems--such as redundancy and decentralization--and integrate them into a more secure, reliable architecture.
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