15th May 2005 Archive
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PCs 15 May 2005, 09:59
Comment Sign of many things to come
Microsoft's announcement that it will enter the AV market next year, with initial trials starting next week, could be a sign of many things to come, says SecurityFocus's Kelly Martin. There's an old Canadian saying about a salesman who is so good at sales and marketing that he can "sell ice to an Eskimo" - and although Eskimo …
Malware 15 May 2005, 10:13
Ringing the alarm bells
Software houses can check whether the code they develop has copied even just one snippet of code from any of 38 million open source files, using a new product that relies on source code 'fingerprinting' to reduce the risk of getting sued. The product from San Francisco-based Palamida promises to give customers a full …
Developer 15 May 2005, 10:27