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    STIX (Structured Threat Information eXpression) is an XML programming language that allows cybersecurity threat data to be shared.

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    A reported 43% of Microsoft XML users are running vulnerable versions of the software. Security expert Michael Cobb discusses how to mitigate the risks.

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    What is the difference between SGML, HTML and XML? Is XML SGML? Is XML HTML?

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  • An inside look at how XML works

    XML is one of the biggest buzzwords thrown around today. But what actually is XML and how does it help build Web services?

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  • XML file format switch generates Office 12 buzz

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