Tom Brewster

Recent articles by Tom Brewster

Poor PDF redaction torpedoes nuke sub secrets

Poor PDF redaction torpedoes nuke sub secrets

Who needs Wikileaks when Defence ministry blunder posts sub operations online?
Apr 19 2011 11:34AM
Chrome offers malicious download warnings

Chrome offers malicious download warnings

Google is trying out a new malicious download warnings feature in Chrome.
Apr 7 2011 6:33AM
Bagle to succeed Rustock as spam king?

Bagle to succeed Rustock as spam king?

There may be a new botnet spamming king in town in the form of Bagle.
Mar 30 2011 7:14AM
Hackers hunting for corporate IP

Hackers hunting for corporate IP

As companies move more data off-premise, cyber criminals are increasingly looking at how to steal it.
Mar 29 2011 8:01AM
Cyber attacks target European Commission

Cyber attacks target European Commission

Ahead of important summit.
Mar 25 2011 12:11PM
IE9 a 'non-event' for most businesses

IE9 a 'non-event' for most businesses

No Windows XP compatibility.
Mar 16 2011 6:01AM
Adobe Flash flaw exploited in targeted attacks

Adobe Flash flaw exploited in targeted attacks

A critical vulnerability in Adobe software is used to target a 'small number' of organisations.
Mar 16 2011 6:01AM
Zero-day IE flaw not in Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Zero-day IE flaw not in Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Vulnerability stays unpatched.
Mar 7 2011 11:54AM
Energy firms unprepared for cyber attacks

Energy firms unprepared for cyber attacks

Energy providers recognise the threats they face, but some are not responding with the tech to protect themselves, data shows.
Feb 24 2011 10:09AM
Microsoft downplays Windows vulnerability

Microsoft downplays Windows vulnerability

Microsoft says a vulnerability could allow remote code execution, but it's not likely anyone will be able to do it.
Feb 22 2011 6:38AM
Sophos launches virtual security appliance

Sophos launches virtual security appliance

For VMware environments.
Feb 10 2011 9:04AM
Zeus spreads giant arms wider

Zeus spreads giant arms wider

More websites host Zeus variants.
Feb 7 2011 12:50PM
Oracle pays US$46 million to settle kickback claims

Oracle pays US$46 million to settle kickback claims

Sun issue.
Feb 2 2011 6:52AM
Manchester Airport employs holograms

Manchester Airport employs holograms

Same technology used by virtual band Gorillaz.
Feb 1 2011 12:56PM
Google ups webspam fight

Google ups webspam fight

Improves ability to detect hacked sites.
Jan 25 2011 1:40PM
Stuxnet developers made "too many mistakes"

Stuxnet developers made "too many mistakes"

Researcher suggests Stuxnet was nothing special.
Jan 21 2011 12:22PM
Acer: We are not ditching netbooks

Acer: We are not ditching netbooks

Room for netbooks and tablets.
Jan 21 2011 6:39AM
Wikipedia celebrates 10th anniversary

Wikipedia celebrates 10th anniversary

Community members celebrate in Australia and around the world.
Jan 17 2011 4:04PM

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