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The Register has an article

The Register has an article describing how Oracle hired thugs to prove that Micro$oft did indeed back/finance users groups, watchdog groups, and other entities. (found on the Hacker News Network)
posted by Dean_Paxton on Jun 28, 2000 - 4 comments

Microsoft's idea of DNA computing...

Microsoft's idea of DNA computing... AND ...The rest of the world's idea of DNA computing
posted by Dean_Paxton on Apr 20, 2000 - 5 comments

More news on the IIS exploit

More news on the IIS exploit After acknowledging the problem last week, Micro$oft is now saying that the backdoor in IIS... is a flaw. M$ Technet seems to have a fix for this problem, delete the offending file! So, if systems are your bag, my advice is to start researching security if you are running M$ internet server products (SQL 7, Exchange, IIS, Index Server, etc.).
posted by Dean_Paxton on Apr 17, 2000 - 2 comments

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