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Interesting security news item

May 4th, 2005 by Pete


I found an interesting news item yesterday whilst looking for something else and made a note to talk about it here later. The news item is titled "Security Threats Branch Out From Windows To Mac And Linux" and is written by Antone Gonsalves. The article investigates how security holes are being found everywhere now. Alan Paller, the director of research for the SANS Institute makes some interesting points. Oracle's products are mentioned too in the article.

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