A new Trojan horse that causes smart-phones to crash was reported by the security software maker F-Secure on Wednesday.
Starting next Tuesday, April 12, computers running Microsoft Windows XP without Service Packet 2 installed will not be able to block the upgrade.
There is a great deal of hype about VoIP technology lately. Research firm IDC predicts that VoIP services will grow from a market of $281 million in 2003 to $6.7 billion in 2007. This is clearly recognized as disruptive technology that is expected to meet the needs of a large segment of the market.
A variant of the Cabir mobile virus, which was developed at first to prove it is possible, called Mabir, has been targeting mobile phones using Symbian Series 60 operating systems.
The UK security research company, Secunia said that it has found a critical security flaw in Firefox web-browser that could put users at risk of information disclosure attacks.
Microsoft is currently investigating two high-risk flaws that have been reported by security specialists’ eEye Digital Security. The flows hit Internet Explorer and Outlook programs.
A study released by AssetMetrix, a leading provider of on-demand decision support for IT management, indicates that even though April 12 is quickly approaching, the day when Automatic Update will attempt to force Windows XP users to install Service Pack 2, less than a quarter of businesses have made the upgrade.
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