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Microsoft

Cygwin 1.7 Released 203

jensend writes "The 1.7 branch of Cygwin, the Unix-like environment for Windows, has reached stable status after about 3 1/2 years of effort. Among many other changes, this release drops support for Windows 9x. Since the NT API and NT-based versions of Windows are more capable and somewhat less of a mismatch with POSIX (for instance, they include a security model), this has allowed for code path simplifications, better performance (particularly noticeable with pipe I/O), better security, and better POSIX compatibility."

Comment Re:Bad deal for AT&T (Score 1) 220

As you suggest, unrestricted free VoIP over 3G might cause your web and e-mail mobile experience to suffer

If you compare the average bandwidth of a youtube video with the average bandwidth of a voice call, you will understand that's rather unlikely.

Security

Submission + - Adobe Security Breach 1

An anonymous reader writes: According to anonymous sources, a recent flaw has been discovered within the Adobe.com website that allows visitors to discover their private RSA Key. At this time, little else is known about how the flaw was discovered, or whether Adobe is aware of the issue.

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