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iTnewswire Late Edition: Attacks target Windows vulnerability; Intel speeds up development of dual-core chips.

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  • Intel speeds up development of dual-core chips
  • Attacks target Windows vulnerability
  • Cisco, Pacific Internet offer managed SMB bundle
  • Lenovo eyes Australian retail, consumer sales
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    Intel speeds up development of dual-core chips
    Intel has moved forward the release date for its dual-core, hyper-threaded Xeon processors for computer servers. More...

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    Attacks target Windows vulnerability
    Just five days after Microsoft divulged a critical vulnerability in Windows 2000, several bot worms began attacking unpatched systems using exploit code released by the same group responsible for the code used to construct the Sasser worm. More...

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    Cisco, Pacific Internet offer managed SMB bundle
    Networking giant Cisco has partnered an ISP, teaming up with Pacific Internet to offer a managed, integrated, connectivity and security bundle aimed at SMBs. More...

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    Lenovo eyes Australian retail, consumer sales
    Lenovo has outlined plans to move on the Australian retail market as part of its strategy around the US$1.75 billion takeover of IBM's personal computing division. More...

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