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  Tuesday July 31, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

Telstra has replaced Paul McManus as head of its Network Applications and Services group with David Burns, a former Telstra account lead at IBM and executive at the services company's UK headquarters. The appointment marks a shift in strategy for the group as Telstra looks to expand the suite of services into Asia.

And a web-based tool used for cracking protocols related to wi-fi network security and document encryption has been expanded to include support for infiltrating corporate and wireless networks, and VPNs.

-- James Hutchinson


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