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The Register: Linux to help police with their enquiries? (Jan 23, 2002)

The Register: FBI lists 20 most dangerous Internet security holes (Oct 04, 2001)

The Register: Linux Trojan spotted in the wild (Sep 07, 2001)

The Register: Stratus preps high-availability Linux port (Jul 04, 2001)

The Register: Anti-Hacking premiums 25% higher for Win NT (Apr 18, 2001)

The Register: Lawsuit alleges dodgy deals in Red Hat IPO (Apr 04, 2001)

The Register: Risks from hybrid Linux / Windows virus low (Mar 28, 2001)

The Register: IBM plays favourites with Linux distros (Mar 26, 2001)

The Register: Virus plague causes charity to consider Linux (Mar 15, 2001)

The Register: Compaq files lawsuit after top staff go to Transmeta server start-up (Feb 27, 2001)

The Register: Symantec under attack over security patents on incremental software updates (Feb 09, 2001)

The Register: Microsoft outsources some DNS servers to Linux (Jan 29, 2001)

The Register: NSA preps Spook Linux 0.1 (Jan 08, 2001)

The Register: First PHP virus found - PHP.NewWorld (Jan 06, 2001)

The Register: OpenBSD exploit gets serious (Dec 20, 2000)

The Register: Microsoft hacked in the Balkans (Dec 15, 2000)

The Register: Bill Gates assasinated in mock documentary; Linux a mock suspect (Dec 14, 2000)

The Register: Sun is top dog in Unix market - IDC (Dec 14, 2000)

The Register: MS claims copyright on Windows bugs; seeks to block BugTraq (Dec 08, 2000)

The Register: Linux, MP3 and Bluetooth on one phone (Dec 02, 2000)

The Register: Compaq extends Linux on AlphaServers (Nov 28, 2000)

Linux desktop gets animated assistant (Nov 11, 2000)

Microsoft plays down second hack attack (Nov 07, 2000)

AllLinuxDevices: Transmeta 'must diversify to survive' (Oct 19, 2000)

Microsoft considers apps for Linux (Oct 18, 2000)

Enterprise Linux Today: HP's Fiorina backs open source movement (Oct 17, 2000)

Linux Delays Won't Hit Developers (Oct 10, 2000)

BT challenged over hyperlink patent (Oct 02, 2000)

Enterprise Linux Today: Red Hat offers services for Linux users (Sep 26, 2000)

VNU Net: Red Hat Plans Automated Security Updates (Sep 18, 2000)

VNU Net: Format string bugs become a problem (Sep 11, 2000)

VNU Net: RSA releases encryption code (Sep 06, 2000)

VNU Net: Industry giants unite to form Linux lab (Aug 30, 2000)

VNU Net: Microsoft Active Directory problems linger [Gartner] (Aug 17, 2000)

VNU Net: HP to unveil commitment to Linux (Aug 11, 2000)

VNU Net: Hotmail to finally move to Windows (Aug 09, 2000)

VNU Net: IBM researchers develop Linux wristwatch (Aug 09, 2000)

VNU Net: IBM moves to reposition server business (Aug 04, 2000)

VNU Net: EC investigates Microsoft server tactics (Aug 03, 2000)

VNU Net: Sun shines light on open source suite (Jul 30, 2000)

VNU Net: FreeBSD supports IPv6 in latest upgrade (Jul 28, 2000)

VNU Net: Microsoft hit by further Outlook bug (Jul 27, 2000)

VNU Net: Fujitsu Siemens signs Linux support deal (Jul 27, 2000)

VNU Net: Linux development spec posted for review (Jul 25, 2000)

VNU Net: Linux developers hunt for kernel bugs [Linux Kernel Auditing Project (LKAP)] (Jul 24, 2000)

VNU Net: Outlook contains 'gaping' security hole (Jul 20, 2000)

VNU Net: Sun to open source StarOffice (Jul 19, 2000)

VNU Net: Hollywood battles with online DVD piracy (Jul 18, 2000)

VNU Net: Intel reacts to Transmeta threat (Jul 14, 2000)

VNU Net: Linux applications market stuck, says IDC (Jul 14, 2000)

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