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Millions of Web pages are hacker landmines – USA Today

USA Today
Millions of Web pages are hacker landmines
USA Today
Some 8 million Web pages, published mostly by smaller merchants and professional firms, have been hijacked this summer and set up to usurp control of the PCs of unsuspecting site visitors. AVG says its free LinkScanner,

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Symantec Releases Free Security Software for Android – AnandTech

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Symantec Releases Free Security Software for Android
AnandTech
Symantec, well known for its extensive lineup of security products on both the Windows and Mac platforms, today released Norton Mobile Security Lite, a freeware security product aimed at devices running
Norton Mobile Security Lite Available for Free Download in Android MarketSacramento Bee
Symantec launches Norton Mobile Security Lite for AndroidMobiputing
Norton Mobile Security LitePC Magazine

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Software Services Firm Carbonite Closes Up 23.5% Post-IPO – Wall Street Journal

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Software Services Firm Carbonite Closes Up 23.5% Post-IPO
Wall Street Journal
The sole IPO out of 10 that were originally slated to be launched this week in the US made good gains Thursday, with online file-storage company Carbonite Inc. (CARB) ending the day up 23.5%.
Carbonite's IPO shows the tough keep goingGigaOm

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Software Services Firm Carbonite Closes Up 23.5% Post-IPO – Wall Street Journal
Software Services Firm Carbonite Closes Up 23.5% Post-IPO
Wall Street Journal
The sole IPO out of 10 that were originally slated to be launched this week in the US made good gains Thursday, with online file-storage company Carbonite Inc. (CARB) ending the day up 23.5%.

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Download the Latest Security Tools to Your Flash Drive with SSDownload – PCWorld
Download the Latest Security Tools to Your Flash Drive with SSDownload
PCWorld
Not long ago a neighbor came to me with a malware-infested laptop. Some particularly nasty trojan had made its way onto the system (despite the presence of a certain big-name security suite, cough, ahem),

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Download the Latest Security Tools to Your Flash Drive with SSDownload – PCWorld
Download the Latest Security Tools to Your Flash Drive with SSDownload
PCWorld
Not long ago a neighbor came to me with a malware-infested laptop. Some particularly nasty trojan had made its way onto the system (despite the presence of a certain big-name security suite, cough, ahem),
SSDownloader: 50 security apps in just a few clicksBetaNews

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UpdateStar Appears Dim Compared to Other Patch-and-Update Utilities – PCWorld
UpdateStar Appears Dim Compared to Other Patch-and-Update Utilities
PCWorld
Some software seems to never update; some seems to update every week. It's easy to be few releases behind the curve, which can be anything from mildly annoying to–if there's a major security hole in the

Software Is Just Math. Really. – Forbes

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Software Is Just Math. Really.
Forbes
I'm happy to see this post in defense of software patents because the debate has been dominated by software patent critics of late, and a healthy debate is constructive. Still, I don't think Nilay Patel's arguments stand up to close scrutiny.
The patent system isn't broken — we areThis Is My Next
The Truth About Patents — They're Worth SavingSan Francisco Chronicle

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Hands-on: new Boxee iPad application and Media Manager – Ars Technica

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Hands-on: new Boxee iPad application and Media Manager
Ars Technica
Boxee released a slew of new media management software this week, including the long-awaited Boxee iPad application, a streaming media server for Windows and Mac OS X, and a firmware update for the
Boxee Box 1.2 Software Update Released Along With Boxee iPad App [Boxee TFTS (blog)

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Desktop Virtualization: What’s Stopping You? – InformationWeek
Desktop Virtualization: What's Stopping You?
InformationWeek
Citrix buys a scrappy startup as it tries to convince more enterprises that desktop virtualization doesn't always equal painful compromise. Are you still waiting? By Laurianne McLaughlin InformationWeek If server virtualization was the flashy superstar

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