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For the second time in a month, Hewlett-Packard has been forced to admit it built secret backdoors into its enterprise storage products.

The admission, in a security bulletin posted July 9, confirms reports from the blogger Technion, who flagged the security issue in HP’s StoreOnce systems in June, before finding more backdoors in other HP […]

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Could a hacker from half-way around the planet control your printer and give it instructions so frantic that it could eventually catch fire? Or use a hijacked printer as a copy machine for criminals, making it easy to commit identity theft or even take control of entire networks that would otherwise be secure?

It’s not […]

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In what is surely one of the larger signs that we are entering the post-pc era, HP announced today that it is discontinuing all future WebOS devices (palm is now officially dead) and more…. HP is planning a sweeping overhaul of its businesses, agreeing to buy Autonomy Corp. for $10.3 billion and weighing a breakup […]

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