Rene Millman

Recent articles by Rene Millman

Hackers weaponise secure USB drives

Hackers weaponise secure USB drives

To target air-gapped networks.
Jun 27 2018 12:16PM
Recently patched Flash Player sandbox leaks Windows creds

Recently patched Flash Player sandbox leaks Windows creds

Old problem comes back to haunt Adobe.
Aug 14 2017 8:15AM
Resurfaced Qakbot malware causes Active Directory lockouts

Resurfaced Qakbot malware causes Active Directory lockouts

From brute force password enumeration.
Jun 8 2017 9:28AM
Malware whitelisted by Chinese antivirus after third-party bribes

Malware whitelisted by Chinese antivirus after third-party bribes

Elaborate scam to fleece online shoppers.
Apr 12 2016 9:35AM
Microsoft EMET flaw means software can disable itself

Microsoft EMET flaw means software can disable itself

Security tool can be bypassed.
Feb 25 2016 6:50AM
Largest DDoS recorded in 2015 hits 500gbps

Largest DDoS recorded in 2015 hits 500gbps

Attacks growing in frequency and scale.
Jan 28 2016 6:45AM
Database security 'IT's biggest problem'

Database security 'IT's biggest problem'

Database security is the biggest problem facing the IT industry, according to one security expert.
Aug 8 2006 12:14PM
IDM: Moving up

IDM: Moving up

Knowing who’s accessing what on enterprise networks that often lack defined perimeters is a necessity. So many company executives are trying to sort out the problems associated with establishing, controlling and terminating their employees’ various user rights.
Apr 14 2006 8:14PM
Spam finds a way

Spam finds a way

Two years ago, Bill Gates made the brave prediction that spam would soon be “a thing of the past.” But it currently makes up between 60 and 90 percent of the world’s email traffic, and by all accounts is not going away. If anything, this year will see spam reaching new heights.
Mar 6 2006 7:46PM
ISPs name U.K. government 'internet villain'

ISPs name U.K. government 'internet villain'

The U.K. government was named “internet villain” of the year last night by a panel of ISPs for its push to have stringent European laws enacted on data retention.
Feb 24 2006 2:12PM
The threat from anonymous networks

The threat from anonymous networks

Eliminating anonymous traffic on corporate networks is vital to securing infrastructure, according to experts.
Feb 23 2006 10:34AM
Korean online gamers victims of ID theft

Korean online gamers victims of ID theft

Around 2,000 South Koreans have had their names and national identity numbers stolen from a popular online role-playing game to play the game for free.
Feb 23 2006 9:02AM
Take the pain out of patching

Take the pain out of patching

Television news anchors became the news in August when they had to apologize on-air for computer problems affecting their broadcast. The world watched as ABC and CNN were struck by the Zotob worm.
Oct 10 2005 6:45PM
PGP inventor reveals secure interent telephony

PGP inventor reveals secure interent telephony

The man behind Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) has come up with a prototype for an encrypted internet telephone.
Jul 28 2005 10:37AM
Windows XP Service Pack 2 is available

Windows XP Service Pack 2 is available

The long awaited Service Pack 2 for Windows XP was released to PC manufacturers late last Friday but business users will have to wait until the end of the month to get their hands on the update.
Aug 9 2004 2:04PM
Rugrat virus hits 64-bit Windows

Rugrat virus hits 64-bit Windows

The first virus capable of infecting systems running 64-bit versions of the Windows operating system has been discovered by researchers at Anti-Virus firm Symantec.
May 28 2004 2:56PM
RSA prescribes RFID blocking tag therapy

RSA prescribes RFID blocking tag therapy

RSA has unveiled technology to stop consumers being tracked after buying products with a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag.
Feb 26 2004 5:21PM
Verisign teams up with Microsoft on authentication

Verisign teams up with Microsoft on authentication

Verisign has announced cheaper and simpler authentication services for Windows Server 2003.
Feb 26 2004 4:53PM
Microsoft to integrate RSA technology into Windows

Microsoft to integrate RSA technology into Windows

RSA's two-factor authentication is to be integrated with Microsoft's Windows sign-on mechanisms.
Feb 24 2004 5:53PM
Phishing attacks grow by 50 per cent in a month

Phishing attacks grow by 50 per cent in a month

Phishing attacks and other types of email fraud have grown a staggering 50 per cent over the last month according to a new report.
Feb 17 2004 4:05PM

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