Monthly Archives: February 2005

Eudora Flaws Patched

An update which patches several Highly Critical vulnerabilities in the Eudora Email client has been pushed out by Qualcomm. The issues make users vulnerable to several forms of computer hijacking.

FireFox 2.0 Roadmap Released

Mozilla FireFox’s lead engineer, Ben Gooder, has released a new roadmap for version 2 of the open source browser platform. Goodger said that the new roadmap will have a Developer Review (Alpha) in March and a Preview Release (Beta) in April.

Handheld Market Continues to Shrink

The global market for handheld devices – including PDAs – has experienced its fourth consecutive quarter of sales decline. The slide put the market down almost 19%, well behind the growing cellphone market.

Understanding and Preventing Phishing Attacks

Phishing is the new 21st century crime. The global media runs stories on an almost daily basis covering the latest organisation to have their customers targeted and how many victims succumbed to the attack.

Microsoft Denies SP2 Vulnerability

A Russian security firm claimed on Monday that it had spotted a vulnerability in Windows XP SP2, and it took the unusual step of issues its own patch for the bug.

it observer – menlo logic’s new channel partners provide consulting and integration services and on-site support to ssl vpn customer

Palo Alto, CA (February 3, 2005) – Menlo Logic (www.menlologic.com), a trusted provider of Internet security solutions, today announced new channel partnerships with Inex Americana in Chile, Innovative Technology and Vakil Consulting Services in the United States, and InfKomp in Poland. Menlo Logic’s new partners will provide sales, consulting, training and support services to AccessPoint… Read More »