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Apple audit weeds out toxic factories

Apple audit weeds out toxic factories

Rare insight into working conditions.
Feb 16 2011 10:58AM
Sites ending in '.com' and '.vn' are the riskiest

Sites ending in '.com' and '.vn' are the riskiest

Vietnam has riskiest national domain.
Nov 1 2010 11:21AM
Adobe finds exploited flaw in Flash Player

Adobe finds exploited flaw in Flash Player

Patching on the run.
Nov 1 2010 6:36AM
57% of apps contain flaws

57% of apps contain flaws

Veracode report finds widespread vulnerabilities.
Sep 24 2010 12:46PM
Email recipients still falling for spam, finds survey

Email recipients still falling for spam, finds survey

Half of all users respond to spam.
Mar 29 2010 2:18PM
LHC won’t destroy the planet study finds

LHC won’t destroy the planet study finds

Fears that the firing up of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) later this year will destroy the planet are unfounded according to a new study..
Jun 24 2008 9:05AM
Weekly Roundup:  Telstra finds friction in their national broadband plans and open source gets a leg-up

Weekly Roundup: Telstra finds friction in their national broadband plans and open source gets a leg-up

The Terria consortium and a new report question Telstra plans for the national broadband network, and open source enthusiasts have a lot to smile about after big shows of support from Internode and Acer.
Jun 7 2008 11:35AM
Wi-Fi trolley finds shopping for you

Wi-Fi trolley finds shopping for you

A trolley has been developed that uses Microsoft software to tell customers where items are located within shops..
Mar 19 2008 2:36PM
Jury finds for Finjan in patent suit against Secure Computing

Jury finds for Finjan in patent suit against Secure Computing

A U.S. District Court of Delaware jury has found that Secure Computing, and its subsidiaries CyberGuard and Webwasher, infringed three patents that Finjan Software created over the past decade.
Mar 14 2008 12:16PM
FrSIRT finds flaws in MySQL

FrSIRT finds flaws in MySQL

Researchers at a French security organisation have uncovered a number of security vulnerabilities in the MySQL database application, the open source software used to support many Web 2.0 applications.
Feb 18 2008 9:52AM
Google API finds friends everywhere

Google API finds friends everywhere

Google has released a Social Graph API so that developers can get social networkers using their applications when they join a new site.

Feb 5 2008 3:27PM
Downtime is more worrying than security threats, finds Symantec survey

Downtime is more worrying than security threats, finds Symantec survey

A new report by Symantec Global Services, ‘IT Risk Management Report 2: Myths and Realities,’ has found that the threat of company downtime is more important than security, in respect of IT risk.
Feb 4 2008 7:17AM
Federal Court finds Telstra's Next G advertising 'deceptive'

Federal Court finds Telstra's Next G advertising 'deceptive'

The Federal Court has granted industry watchdog, the ACCC, the permission to permanently restrain Telstra from engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct concerning its Next Generation mobile network.
Dec 21 2007 10:12AM
Microsoft finds way to buy Multimap

Microsoft finds way to buy Multimap

Microsoft announced today it has acquired UK mapping firm Multimap for an undisclosed sum..
Dec 13 2007 7:18AM
Online businesses booming thanks to Web 2.0

Online businesses booming thanks to Web 2.0

Independent Australian telecommunications researcher BuddeComm has released a new study which finds solid new business models, backed by spectacular growth in online advertising, are quickly laying the foundations of the new internet economy.

Nov 9 2007 2:03PM
IBM-ISS X-Force finds a more complex malware market, fewer vulnerabilities, during first half of 2007

IBM-ISS X-Force finds a more complex malware market, fewer vulnerabilities, during first half of 2007

The malware underworld grew more complex during the first half of 2007, despite a decrease in the number of disclosed vulnerabilities, according to statistics provided by IBM Internet Security Systems' X-Force Labs.
Sep 20 2007 2:04PM
Electronic voting systems vulnerable to hackers

Electronic voting systems vulnerable to hackers

Researchers from the University of California found IT and physical security vulnerabilities in three electronic voting systems as part of a study for the top election official of the nation's most populous state.
Jul 31 2007 8:51AM
Study finds huge difference in search results

Study finds huge difference in search results

Overlap in first-page results from the big four is less than one percent.
Jul 16 2007 10:58AM
Report finds fault in IT employee, director in Birmingham VA breach

Report finds fault in IT employee, director in Birmingham VA breach

A dishonest IT specialist, lack of encryption and insufficient physical security controls may have contributed to the disappearance of a US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) external hard drive that contained the personal information of 1.8 million people, an Office of Inspector General (OIG) report has concluded.
Jul 6 2007 9:57AM
Malware finds a new home

Malware finds a new home

Compromised Websites are replacing email for mass distribution of malware argues Paul A. Henry.
Jul 5 2007 12:58PM

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