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Mozilla shuts online store after security breach

The Mozilla Foundation has shuttered its e-commerce store after confirming a security breach at GatewayCDI, the third-party vendor that handles the store's backend operations. The open-source groups said it has asked Gateway CDI to quickly notify individuals who had their sensitive data compromised. Mozilla did not elaborate...


Security software maker PC Tools enters Mac market with antivirus utility
Security risks of Web 2.0 tools should not be overlooked by enterprises, individuals
Open-source XML-enabled application risk identified


How file fragmentation occurs on Windows XP / Server 2003

This intriguing white paper looks at how Windows XP/Server 2003 handle free space and how to address fragmentation problems through regular, automated file defragmentation. (Diskeeper)

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