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The Register: Firefox 2.0: Happier Browsing, But Secure? (Jan 31, 2007)

The Register: Xandros Linux Conquers a Hostile Sony Laptop (Nov 28, 2006)

The Register: Linspire Will Replace Windows with Crippled Linux--Cheap (Nov 05, 2005)

The Register: Sun's Linux Killer Shows Promise (Aug 17, 2005)

The Register: Does Open Source Software Enhance Security? (Mar 06, 2004)

The Register: XandrosOS: User-Friendly to a Fault (Feb 17, 2004)

The Register: Princeton Open-Source Hater a Loose Cannon (Nov 25, 2003)

The Register: SuSE 8.2 Approaches Computing Nirvana (May 01, 2003)

The Register: Data Security for Linux Power Users (Nov 11, 2002)

The Register: Namibia Wisely Spurns M$ 'Gift' in Favor of Linux (Nov 01, 2002)

The Register: SuSE 8.1 Illustrates MS' Fear (Oct 25, 2002)

The Register: Internet Anonymity for Linux Newbies (Aug 28, 2002)

The Register: PGP, GPG Defeated (Aug 13, 2002)

The Register: SSL Defeated in IE and Konqueror (Aug 12, 2002)

The Register: Ballmer 'Fesses Up to Linux/Windows Cost FUD (Jul 17, 2002)

The Register: MS in Peruvian Open-Source Nightmare (May 06, 2002)

The Register: Open source a needed outlet for programming pros (Feb 06, 2002)

The Register: Crippled Athlon XP 2000 beats Northwood P4 (Jan 30, 2002)

The Register: Linux Quake3 rocks Win-XP Quake3 on new P4 (Jan 18, 2002)

The Register: Forcing Linux on a Presario Laptop (Jan 07, 2002)

The Register: MS struggles to discredit Linux (Jan 02, 2002)

The Register: Mandrake 8.1 easier than Win-XP (Dec 18, 2001)

The Register: MS promotes Linux from threat to 'the' threat - Memo (Nov 12, 2001)

The Register: Compendium of *nix lpd vulnerabilities (Nov 07, 2001)

The Register: Red Hat redemption [Part III of an Installation Tragicomedy] (Nov 03, 2001)

The Register: 'DeCSS' DVD descrambler ruled legal (Nov 02, 2001)

The Register: Win-XP vs Red Hat 7.2 (Oct 30, 2001)

The Register: World's first DeCSS executable prime number (Sep 12, 2001)

The Register: Highly destructive Linux worm mutating (Mar 28, 2001)

The Register: Public interest cited in DVD descrambler appeal (Mar 26, 2001)

The Register: Senator Hatch's Napster Epiphany (Oct 24, 2000)

The Register: Mythology dominates MPAA strategy in DVD trial (Jul 25, 2000)

The Register: Cracker education site folds on DMCA threat (Jul 18, 2000)

The Register: Sub7 vid Trojan can launch distributed attacks (Jun 17, 2000)