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Feb 14 2007   9:52AM GMT

Valentine’s Day security risks — Channel headlines for Feb. 14, 2007



Posted by: Brein Matturro
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Microsoft warns of six “critical” security flaws

Microsoft Corp. issued six “critical” security patches on Tuesday to fix flaws in its software products that the company warned could allow attackers to take control of a user’s computer. [Reuters]

Microsoft tries to stuff the Windows 7 genie back in the bottle

The Windows 7 genie is out of the bottle. Trying to stuff it back in will do nothing but create more customer confusion.
[All About Microsoft] 

Multiple IOS IPS Vulnerabilities

The Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) feature set of Cisco IOS. contains several vulnerabilities. These include: Fragmented IP packets may be used to evade signature inspection. IPS signatures utilizing the regular expression feature of the ATOMIC.TCP signature engine may cause a router to crash resulting in a denial of service. [Cisco] 

IBM says new technology can triple data storage-report

IBM says it is developing new circuitry that could triple the data stored on a typical microprocessor, and thereby double the performance of computers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. [Reuters]

IBM Launches New Virtualization Tools

The announcement comes as analysts tout virtualization’s entry into its 2.0 phase. [eWEEK] 

Citrix updates presentation server, kills Access Suite

Citrix Systems this week unveiled a major update to its flagship Citrix Presentation Server product line, a move that kills off its Access Suite and incorporates its functionality into a new Premium Edition. [ChannelWeb] 

25 most interesting VoIP startups

If you’ve only heard about Vonage and Skype when it comes to VoIP, you’ve only scratched the surface. Dozens of startup companies from the U.S., Canada and Europe are bringing out innovative IP telephony products. Here are our picks for the Top 25 new VoIP companies set to change the way we all work and do business [VoIPNews]

ip.access opens Oyster femtocell to the world

Unit picks up 3G signals, routes them over ‘net.. [TheRegister]

At ISSCC, the circuit set makes connections

As chip engineers gather in
San Francisco, Intel shows off its teraflop chops, and AMD talks pricing pressure and power consumption. [CNET]

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