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Zeus-driven botnet discovered that has infected 100,000 computers

Zeus-driven botnet discovered that has infected 100,000 computers

Harvests banking and card details.
Aug 9 2010 1:20PM
Durex leak reveals customer details

Durex leak reveals customer details

Condom vendor exposes customers.
Apr 1 2010 4:15PM
Who has your data?

Who has your data?

Businesses not only need to be focused on their intranets but they also need to be vigilant to their outsourced data flow.
Oct 15 2008 3:35PM
Yahoo Mail has huge hole

Yahoo Mail has huge hole

Yahoo's Zimbra client has a security hole so big you can fly an entire Borg collective through the middle of it and not worry about the cubes touching the sides.
Oct 2 2008 12:15PM
Australia has broadband vision, but Telstra in the way

Australia has broadband vision, but Telstra in the way

Local telecommunications analyst Paul Budde claims, Australia is one of the leading countries to recognise the social and economic benefits of broadband infrastructure, however without a genuine participation from Telstra investment would be wasted.
Jul 22 2008 3:09PM
Poynter review: HMRC has radically reduced security risks

Poynter review: HMRC has radically reduced security risks

HMRC has radically improved its data security measures since the breach which caused it to lose 25 million child benefit records in October last year.
Jun 27 2008 10:25AM
Facebook has more friends than MySpace

Facebook has more friends than MySpace

Facebook has overtaken arch rival MySpace in the battle for online popularity, according to the latest independent figures..
Jun 24 2008 11:52AM
'ODF has clearly won,' says Microsoft exec

'ODF has clearly won,' says Microsoft exec

The ISO approved Open Document Format (ODF) standard has gained ground during Microsoft's campaign for its competing Office Open XML (OOXML) specification, a senior Vole executive admitted in a panel session about the long running ISO standards struggle over OOXML at the Red Hat Summit in Boston on Thursday.
Jun 23 2008 4:00PM
Average iPod has 800 illegal tracks

Average iPod has 800 illegal tracks

Young iPod owners are walking around with an average of 842 illegally copied songs, according to research by the University of Hertfordshire..
Jun 17 2008 10:02PM
Weekly Roundup:  Government stays mum on national broadband and Dell has a bad day in court

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
Marshal has updated its web gateway tool

Marshal has updated its web gateway tool

Email and web gateway security provider Marshal has updated its WebMarshal gateway solution.
May 30 2008 2:24PM
Silent microchip 'fan' has no moving parts

Silent microchip 'fan' has no moving parts

Boffins in the US have developed a microchip fan with no moving parts that operates silently and generates enough wind to cool a laptop computer..
Mar 20 2008 7:13AM
NewSat has no further opportunities for an ABG license

NewSat has no further opportunities for an ABG license

Australian satellite and Internet service provider, NewSat Limited’s reapplication for an Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG) license will not be considered in two months time by the Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy.

Feb 29 2008 4:16PM
Liberal party claims Labor has raided communications fund for the bush

Liberal party claims Labor has raided communications fund for the bush

Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Bruce Billson, has come out all guns blazing at the Government, claiming it has made its first moves to raid rural Australia’s 'future proofing' Communications Fund.

Feb 18 2008 2:17PM
Nokia has another cracking quarter

Nokia has another cracking quarter

Nokia racked up sales of €15.7bn in the fourth quarter of 2007, taking it to €51.1bn for the full year.

Jan 29 2008 2:20PM
Andreessen has his head in the clouds

Andreessen has his head in the clouds

The next great wave in computing will comprise hosted platforms and services, according to Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen..
Jan 21 2008 6:58AM
Barclays chairman has identity stolen

Barclays chairman has identity stolen

Marcus Agius, the chairman of UK-based Barclays Bank, has had £10,000 stolen by an identity thief.
Jan 14 2008 2:47PM
Bing Lee co-founder passes away

Bing Lee co-founder passes away

Chairman and co-founder of NSW electrical retailer, Ken Lee, has died on the 21st December 2007 at St Vincent's Private Hospital.

Dec 21 2007 4:12PM
Microsoft has second go at single sign-on

Microsoft has second go at single sign-on

Microsoft has started offering developers a software development kit for its Windows Live ID service.
Aug 21 2007 8:09AM
Windows has 'fewer flaws' than Linux

Windows has 'fewer flaws' than Linux

Data collected by a Microsoft security researcher suggests that the company had to patch far fewer software vulnerabilities than competing vendors in 2007.
Aug 20 2007 10:20PM

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