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Specs leak of Apple's alleged Surface killer 
Details of apparent iPad Pro end up online.
Dropbox patches link flaw after data leak 
Dropbox has admitted that a vulnerability makes private links public
Data breach costs LinkedIn $1 million 
LinkedIn hit by 6.5m password breach 
VMware releases patches for ESX code leak 
WikiLeaks unleashes Stratfor email trove 
Up to five million alleged messages under microscope.
HTC Mozart: first Windows Phone 7 details leak 
Leaked specs reveal what we can expect from early Windows Phone 7 devices.
Optus plugs unlimited broadband plan leak 
ACTA leak: ISPs to be bound by new rules 
Australia mute as the Kiwis ask the questions.
McAfee keeps leaked details to itself 
Biggest companies in Australia on list.
McAfee sends out personal details in email 
Details of 1400 Australian security professionals leaked.
Skype banned by IT departments: survey 
Risk of information leaks too great.
Leak: Vodafone customers protest poor network 
Office 2007 springs its first leak 
Publisher 2007 flaw could allow attacker to take control of a system.
Microsoft on security and code leak 
Microsoft has talked up its new security initiatives and products, including its bounty initiative, yet executives in Sydney today admitted the recent code leak showed the ...
Microsoft updates code leak statement, fingers Mainsoft 
Microsoft updated its official statement this week regarding the partially leaked source code for Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0, noting that the company is investigating ...
Microsoft urges move to IE 6 SP1 after code leak 
Microsoft is advising customers to move to Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 and more recent patches following the leak of Windows NT and Windows 2000 source code to the ...
Microsoft confirms source code leak 
Microsoft has confirmed that portions of its source code for Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 had been leaked over the internet.
Microsoft probes source code leak rumour  
Microsoft is investigating rumours that the source code underlying its Windows NT and Windows 2000 operating systems has been leaked and is circulating on the Internet.
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Issue: 345 | December 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.