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Telstra has hit out at its critics with claims that the release of the National Broadband Network (NBN) regulatory submissions has lifted the veil to reveal a unified attack on the telco.
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A new tool that uses the Google search engine to scan websites for vulnerabilities -- released last week by the flamboyant Texas-based hacking consortium known as Cult of the Dead Cow (cDc) -- is not likely to enable a wave of new attacks from hackers, experts say.
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Identity theft costs an average of US$31K
The average cost of identity theft and resulting fraud in cases solved by the US Secret Service over a six-year period was more than US$31,000, according to a study..
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First prize: An all expenses paid UK IT-shop for aspiring Aus SMEs
International Business Wales is calling on Australian IT companies to enter this year’s Wales’ International Technium Challenge, a competition for SMEs where the winner gets to set up a post in Wales free of charge for a year.
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Spam levels reach an all time high
Spam levels have reached an all time high, according to the latest figures released by Ipswitch, a network monitoring company.
Sep 26 2007 10:19AM
Sun offers Linux an olive branch
USA - 'Let's make great software, not flamewars'.
Jun 15 2007 10:57AM
Microsoft urges businesses to develop an appetite for Vista
GLOBAL - Microsoft has released a set of new tools that will help companies migrate to the Windows Vista operating system.
Jun 6 2007 5:25PM
Insuring an insurer
Local business solutions developer scores joint deal with large financial services organisation, Fair Issac.
Apr 24 2007 11:15AM
CeBIT: Smart apartment keeps an eye on the elderly
Fraunhofer researchers show off intelligent living spaces.
Mar 26 2007 9:07AM
Porn spam low; while spam hits record highs
Pornographic spam levels dropped to an all-time low in February, according to new research from Symantec, while a Marshal report showed overall spam levels at a record high.
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