Ransomware gang REvil forced offline in multi-country operation
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Telstra yet to float iPhone data cap idea past customers
Bill shock leads to bad debt.
Aug 13 2010 4:09PM
Disputed bills saddle Telstra with $90m debt
Self-inflicted, Telstra says.
Aug 12 2010 1:21PM
Top 10 bad IT decisions
Famous head-slap moments from history.
Aug 31 2009 6:56AM
Apple offers to replace bad Ipod batteries
Apple Japan said Thursday that it will replace faulty batteries found to be overheating in iPod Nano devices after a government ministry warned consumers earlier this week that the hot-selling music players might present a fire hazard.
Aug 23 2008 4:44PM
eBay, Gmail and PayPal seek to limit bad emails
PayPal, eBay and Gmail have teamed up to try and limit the amount of spam or phishing mails that their customers receive.
Jul 10 2008 3:07PM
Weekly Roundup: Government stays mum on national broadband and Dell has a bad day in court
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy is vowing to keep quiet about the national broadband network (NBN) details as more players enter the game, and a U.S. court convicts Dell of fraud.
May 30 2008 3:36PM
Blogging may be bad for your health
Some of the blogging community are worried that blogging for a living could be bad for your health..
Apr 8 2008 3:33PM
Data leaks - good intentions gone bad
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes worldwide. In the US alone, identify theft happens every 79 seconds, becoming the fastest growing crime in America.
Jul 16 2007 12:38PM
Bad Norton update zaps millions of PCs
A faulty update to Symantec's Norton Antivirus package has disabled "millions" of PCs in China, according to local press reports.
May 22 2007 10:18AM
Sophos report tempers good with the bad
The latest Threat Management Report from Sophos paints mixed picture, and carries a recommendation that will put a smile on Steve Jobs face.
Jul 5 2006 4:30PM
Bad news from the DTI
Information Security Breaches Survey
from the DTI threw up worrying statistics on the nature of security breaches in UK businesses.
Apr 7 2006 4:35PM
The good, the bad... the annoying
Our fourth annual survey of our readers’ hopes, fears and exasperations provides a fascinating insight into the industry. Ron Condon reports
Dec 15 2005 11:16AM
So far, it’s a very bad year
The relentless stream of data security breaches is putting pressure on Congress to beef up consumer privacy protection.
Jul 1 2005 3:16PM
Blogs are not always bad news
May 13 2005 5:12PM
Slam the door on the bad guys
DDoS attacks represent one of the most serious threats to business continuity. But it is possible to fight back, as John Sterlicchi discovers
Apr 13 2005 3:00PM
Phish Pharming bad for user's wealth
The next generation of phishing attacks will maliciously redirect users to bogus web sites when they try to visit legitimate sites, email security firm MX Logic warned.
Jan 18 2005 10:44PM
Ethical hacking: Think like the bad guys
Fancy learning the black art of hacking? Marcia Savage speaks to Jill Davis about a course that helps you to understand your enemies
Dec 1 2004 5:25PM
One.Tel drop bad debtors: Privacy commissioner
Failed telecommunication company One.Tel has been slapped on the wrist by the Federal Privacy Commissioner for mishandling customer credit records.
Aug 24 2004 12:00AM
MyDoom predicted to be as bad as Sobig
Security companies have predicted that the Mydoom mass mailing virus would have as large an impact as last year’s Sobig worm.
Jan 28 2004 12:00AM
The Good and the Bad for Selecting Security Measures
The most important function IT security managers perform is the selection of IT security measures.
Jan 12 2004 2:20PM
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