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Soldiers concerned after MySpace ban

Soldiers concerned after MySpace ban

Social websites have been banned for being 'bandwidth hogs', limiting communication between US soldiers and their friends.
May 16 2007 10:05AM
Trojan army invades Europe and the U.S.

Trojan army invades Europe and the U.S.

Trojan-based attacks will take over from email phishing in the U.S. and Europe as trojans become more sophisticated and harder to stop, according to a new report.
Sep 28 2005 4:31PM
Big ISP = Big zombie army

Big ISP = Big zombie army

Swathes of virus-infected PC’s are being hosted on some of the world’s biggest ISP’s including AOL, Bellsouth and Verizon.
Jun 15 2005 12:34PM
Phishers unleash zombie army

Phishers unleash zombie army

Networks of compromised PCs or botnets are fast becoming the weapon of choice for organized gangs to launch phishing attacks, according to a new report.
May 19 2005 4:07PM
Army National Guard fires up secure wireless network

Army National Guard fires up secure wireless network

The US Army National Guard has placed wireless security in its sights with the launch of its Tactical Logistics Data Digitization (TLDD) project which aims to create a military-class wireless network.
Oct 11 2004 10:18AM
Salvation Army sings praises of integrated security appliance solution

Salvation Army sings praises of integrated security appliance solution

The Salvation Army has beefed up the security of its network serving more than 4,000 users across the US Midwest with the installation of an integrated security appliance.
Sep 22 2004 2:39PM
US Army Medical Command takes aim at Active Directory

US Army Medical Command takes aim at Active Directory

The US Army Medical Information Technology Centre has implemented an upgrade to improve the security, performance and availability of its global Microsoft Active Directory infrastructure.
Sep 15 2004 9:55AM
People plans reseller army to ramp up revenue

People plans reseller army to ramp up revenue

Telecommunications provider People Telecom has been banging its channel drum, with CEO Ryan O'Hare arguing that it wants to sign up as many partners as possible.
Aug 26 2004 12:00AM

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