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Botnet disconnections have little impact on spam volume

Botnet disconnections have little impact on spam volume

Spam levels remain stable.
Apr 15 2010 10:30AM
One year later, McColo bust does little to slow spam

One year later, McColo bust does little to slow spam

Junk mail levels higher than ever.
Nov 13 2009 4:43PM
Opinion: Be prepared for the little things as well

Opinion: Be prepared for the little things as well

Business continuity is more than just planning for disasters – ­ everyday issues need to be addressed too, writes Dale Vile.
Dec 17 2008 6:15AM
Little Big Planet release rows continue

Little Big Planet release rows continue

IF IT WAS NOT bad enough that the cutesy platform game Little Big Planet was delayed because a soundtrack might possibly offend a minority of hardline Muslims, it now seems that the Sony’s moderation has got players miffed.
Nov 13 2008 2:58PM
ACCC new release: 'The Little Black Book of Scams'

ACCC new release: 'The Little Black Book of Scams'

The ACCC has released the latest edition of "The little black book of scams", a user friendly guide that draws attention to a wide variety of scams regularly targeting Australian consumers and businesses in areas such as online, over the phone and door-to-door.
Feb 25 2008 2:56PM
Social networkers have little loyalty

Social networkers have little loyalty

Half of social networkers maintain multiple profiles.
Jun 25 2007 12:07PM
New Yahoo email worm poses little harm but spreads easily

New Yahoo email worm poses little harm but spreads easily

Security teams at Symantec have identified a relatively benign, but unconventional worm that can exploit a vulnerability in Yahoo’s web mail service without any user initiation.
Jun 12 2006 8:58PM
Little action from Kama Sutra Worm

Little action from Kama Sutra Worm

To the delight of mouse-clickers around the globe, the so-called Kama Sutra Worm scored high marks on foreplay – but failed to deliver the knockout blow many security experts feared it would.
Feb 6 2006 9:00PM
Little action from Kama Sutra Worm

Little action from Kama Sutra Worm

To the delight of mouse-clickers around the globe, the so-called Kama Sutra Worm scored high marks on foreplay – but failed to deliver the knockout blow many security experts feared it would.
Feb 6 2006 8:56PM
So much stolen data, so little time

So much stolen data, so little time

Data breaches have, so far, been rarely used for financial fraud, a new study on recent incidents has shown.
Dec 12 2005 9:49PM
A little channel Vignette

A little channel Vignette

Content management and web applications vendor Vignette has started beefing up its channel program and sales staff with a view to growing its indirect business to 50 or 60 percent of total local sales.
May 11 2005 9:15AM
Ex-hacker: The unspoken, dirty little secret

Ex-hacker: The unspoken, dirty little secret

I rarely make a bet, but if you asked me whether I'd wager some money on the likelihood of an organisation employing a hacker to assess their security risk, I'd almost certainly accept on the basis that they would not.
Jun 29 2004 3:19PM
Ex-hacker: the unspoken, dirty little secret - part 1

Ex-hacker: the unspoken, dirty little secret - part 1

I rarely make a bet, but if you asked me if I'd bet my bottom dollar on a firm employing a hacker to assess their security risk, I'd only accept on the basis that they would not. Hiring a hacker to assess the security risk of an organisation is something that fewer than 64 per cent of ISO's are willing to consider. That's hardly surprising when the risks are analysed alongside the statistics; viruses and hackers cost businesses worldwide somewhere in the region of $1.5 trillion. That said, organisations that are unwilling to hire a hacker face one increasing problem; hiring a hacker is not always a conscious decision.
Jun 21 2004 4:03PM
Little change likely to Indian offshoring: Gartner

Little change likely to Indian offshoring: Gartner

May 26 2004 12:00AM
Weak WLANs register little concern for IT managers

Weak WLANs register little concern for IT managers

Although corporate IT managers believe wireless networks require more protection than local area networks, most have done little to address the problem.
May 11 2004 11:40PM
A Little Bandwidth Helps Out in an Emergency

A Little Bandwidth Helps Out in an Emergency

Come fall, school bells ring throughout college campuses across the United States, but as excited students move into the dorms and make new friends, employees of the information systems (IS) departments are pulling out their hair trying to manage the dramatic increase in network traffic.
Jan 16 2004 2:57PM
Too little, too late for Govt outsourcing

Too little, too late for Govt outsourcing

Jan 1 2000 12:00AM

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