We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
Microsoft is switching off support for users of its legacy operating system today. Prepare for a whole bunch of hosed boxes!
Microsoft's new OS will have hard drive encryption software designed to operate with the Trusted Platform Module. But will it be secure or not? Even MS seems confused.
Happy to jive with Viiv? Or would you rather say hells-no to Centrino? Intel is launching another platform, this one intended for business users. Say hello to VPro.
IDF SPRING 06: The chap at the helm of Viiv jokes about Apple's Front Row media software and shows off some technology that will make it into future versions of Viiv.
Talking to the RSA Security conference, Bill Gates has talked about some new security tools that MIcrosoft is working on, including an online ID card that could reduce phishing scams.
The ugly file exploit raises its head again, as Microsoft patches Internet Explorer versions in Windows Millenium and 2000. Noobs running ME rejoice.
The new anti-virus service from Microsoft is getting close to launch. We ask, should Microsoft be charging to protect its own insecure operating system?
The top-end version of the new Microsoft operating system requires drivers to be signed with a digital signature of the author. Will this increase security, or is it a 'nothing' measure?
New 1GHz and 1.5GHz processors come in at ridiculously low power. Your next mod project?
Using the Google toolbar with Internet Explorer could leave open a big hole for malicious attacks, a security expert has claimed.
Firefox bugs this year outnumber IE by 2 to 1. Er, what?
Intel are leading research into what they call Digital Communities - everybody online everywhere. There are many benefits, but also privacy concerns. Are you ready for Intel Outside?
Windows hackers and security chiefs come together for safer 'sploiting.
Netscape 8 was launched with a heavy emphasis on security - so news of major security flaws must have caused some red faces at AOL.
Two critical FireFox vulnerabilities can combine to execute malicious code on a user's system. Mozilla issue a patch.
The latest "Top 20" of applications with security holes / exploits has been published by Sans
Have you heard of Chip and PIN? If not, then you'd better believe it'll get your fingers tapping.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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