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Re: New Attack on DVD Piracy Goes Too Far 2  LANjackal   2004-07-15 14:14:13 
Re: Apple, Linux and BSD: The 'Other' Platforms 37  chazm3rd   2004-07-15 11:47:17 
Intel VS AMD, battle of the processors 1  rizago   2004-07-12 22:43:47 
Re: Passwords Fail the Security Test 2  arnneisp   2004-07-11 06:28:45 
Re: The iTunes Phenomenon, P2P Networks and Music Lite 3  Songzilla_Guy   2004-07-09 14:35:18 
Re: Lycos Ups E-Mail Ante to 1 Gig 2  Tanner   2004-06-30 04:47:38 
Re: DVD Update: From Double Layers to Blue Lasers 2  fedrive   2004-06-29 09:39:25 
Re: Fine-Tuning Spam Filtering 2  Tanner   2004-06-28 08:22:30 
Re: Can Bad Spam-Fighting Ideas 2  minas-beede   2004-06-25 11:27:17 
Re: A First in Space, with Some Scary Moments 2  chadsteele   2004-06-24 20:05:33 
Details on how many people are vulnerable to Bluetooth 1  guerillaresea   2004-06-17 07:45:58 
Re: Cabir: World's First Wireless Worm 2  guerillaresea   2004-06-17 07:42:59 
Re: Comparing Online Music Services to P2P Networks 2  puggsly   2004-06-16 11:32:54 
Re: Cassini Snaps Photos of Phoebe, Heads on to Planet 2  jamespdavis   2004-06-15 12:05:07 
Re: Microsoft Media Player 10 Targets iTunes 3  steve53e   2004-06-03 22:43:52 
Re: Managed Security Services: A Hedge Against E-Mail Attacks 2  ECommerceTime   2004-06-03 14:46:56 
Re: The End of the World As We Know It 2  lyka25   2004-05-27 13:18:22 
Re: Dispelling Misconceptions About Microsoft 7  bex   2004-05-26 05:52:42 
Re: Microsoft Lays Claim to Kid's Domain Name 2  JohannBacker   2004-05-22 01:59:07 
Re: Napster Is Back - And This Time It's Legal 2  alecwest   2004-05-21 10:22:40 

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