Spim and splog increasing
Spammers are searching for new methods to spam you, they now target more and more on instant messaging (Spim), blogs (Splog) and communities such as MySpace.com.
Widespread Gmail phishing email

Sophos warns users of Gmail of a widespread phising e-mail campaign that tries to trick users by letting them think they won a prize of $500 from Gmail.

Microsoft patches Office, Windows and Server products

Microsoft released seven security updates of which are three are for Office and Excel and four updates for Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 Server. Five of these updates are critical and are a high risk.

DMXzone interviews Donald Booth, a core member of the Adobe Spry team

DMXzone.com held a special interview with Donald Booth, core member of the Adobe Spry team - developing a new fantastic AJAX technology that will propably be integrated in future Dreamweaver editions and other Adobe products. 

 

Winners of the Flash Application Design Solutions book competition
Thanks to Friends of Ed we had 5 copies to give away of; Flash Application Design Solutions. Take a look and press read more to see the correct answer and if you're one of the lucky winners.
Microsoft OpenDocument support contest

Microsoft plans to sponsor an open-source project to create software that will convert Office documents to OpenDocument. OpenDocument is a popular rival format.

Review and competition of Beginning XML with DOM and AJAX
We've got a mini-review and competition of the Beginning XML with DOM and AJAX book. The friendly people of Apress are giving away 5 books.
Interview with Firefox's Blake Ross
Seattlepi.com has got a great interview with Blake Ross from Mozilla, the company behind Firefox.
Planning the future of privacy at Microsoft

Arcon 5 has got a great interview with Peter Cullen, Microsoft's chief privacy strategist, who found himself in the front line in the wake of the software giant's recent antipiracy controversy. He talks about his role at the company, and what's in store for the future.

Microsoft delays Office 2007, again...
Microsoft said that it is delaying Office 2007 until early 2007, citing performance concerns with recent test versions.
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