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2006.11.03 Daily Security Reading

by on Nov.03, 2006, under Security

Surprises Inside Microsoft Vista’s EULA

Scott Granneman takes a look at some big surprises in Microsoft’s Vista EULA that limit what security professionals and others can do with the forthcoming operating system. As a follow up there has been a revision to Windows Vista retail licensing terms.

Mozilla promises fix for second minor Firefox 2.0 bug

A second bug in the Firefox 2.0 Web browser causes a crash but poses no risk for data loss, a Mozilla official said.

Mobile threats – myth or reality?

The number of infected MMS messages is already close to the amount of malicious code found in mail traffic.

Month of Kernel Bugs

In the spirit of the Month of Browser Bugs, a new project called the Month of Kernel Bugs will be posting one kernel bug a day for the month of November. [Month of Kernel Bugs]

Vista Gets Official Release Dates

Five years, three months and five days after Windows XP made its debut, Microsoft will usher its next-generation OS onto the stage. Microsoft has set November 30 as the release date for Vista (and Office 2007) to business customers and January 30, 2007 as the date for the official launch to consumers and The World At Large.

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