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.: TK Maxx owner hit by card breach - 30th Mar 2007

"Hackers have stolen information from at least 45.7 million credit and debit cards used by customers of US discount retailer and TK Maxx owner, TJX. In a statement to US watchdogs the firm said it did not know the full extent of the theft and its effect on customers..."

.: Google Pack adds antivirus and spyware removal software - 28th Mar 2007

"Symantec Norton Security Scan is one of the new security features in the Google Pack. Users get basic virus protection, featuring automatic security updates and scheduled scanning, all without a subscription fee. For spyware problems Google Pack brings the PC Tools Spyware Doctor Starter Edition, an exclusive version of the anti-spyware and anti-malware utility including scheduled scanning, threat removal, limited active protection and free automatic updates..."

.: PC Tools joins the Google Pack - 27th Mar 2007

"PC Tools today announced that multi-award winning Spyware Doctor is the latest addition to an impressive line-up of programs hand-picked and packaged together in the Google Pack—a "free collection of essential software". This free Google Pack edition offers comprehensive spyware detection and removal as well as powerful on-access real-time protection

.: RSA launches financial Trojan killer - 26th Mar 2007

"RSA Security is to launch a new service to help financial institutions eliminate websites associated with malicious Trojan horse software. The service, planned to complement an anti-phishing service already offered by RSA, focuses on getting to the basics of how Trojans work, and will use services offered by other security partners, such as antivirus specialists and internet service providers..."

.: Is Vista's security all it's cracked up to be? - 26th Mar 2007

"Microsoft claims that Windows Vista it's the most secure operating system the company has ever produced. Five years in the making, Windows Vista promises to lock down the desktop. Microsoft says Vista will usher in the era of "trustworthy computing", a new age in which Windows PCs are more reliable, user experience is improved and the threat of malware becomes a thing of the past..."
[PC Advisor]

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