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ACS Law rapped for 'chaotic and lamentable' enforcement

ACS Law rapped for 'chaotic and lamentable' enforcement

Warning to other anti-P2P legal eagles not to waste the courts' time.
Apr 19 2011 11:36AM
Bugat trojan delivered in LinkedIn spam

Bugat trojan delivered in LinkedIn spam

Harder to detect than Zeus.
Oct 13 2010 12:21PM
Twitter fixes cross-site scripting vulnerability

Twitter fixes cross-site scripting vulnerability

Exploit stole a user's cookie to distribute compromised links.
Sep 8 2010 2:41PM
US seeks Google Street View engineers over WiFi data scandal

US seeks Google Street View engineers over WiFi data scandal

Wants to know how snooping code was allowed through.
Jul 23 2010 2:08PM
Is the Mariposa botnet still functioning?

Is the Mariposa botnet still functioning?

Claims that the Mariposa botnet is still alive.
Jun 24 2010 2:16PM
Jewish Chronicle hit by DDoS attack following Gaza flotilla incident

Jewish Chronicle hit by DDoS attack following Gaza flotilla incident

Frequent target for DDoS attacks.
Jun 3 2010 1:26PM
"Avalanche" phishing slowing, after big 2009

"Avalanche" phishing slowing, after big 2009

But may return.
May 13 2010 1:54PM
HMRC data loss was preventable, says government advisor

HMRC data loss was preventable, says government advisor

Warnings should have been flagged up to avoid the transfer of unencrypted .data
Dec 1 2008 9:47AM
Steve Jobs:  Mobile Me launch was a mistake

Steve Jobs: Mobile Me launch was a mistake

Steve Jobs has made an unprecedented move by admitting that Apple made a big mistake rolling out its paid-for cloud computing service Mobile Me in one go.
Aug 6 2008 2:27PM
Optus says Conroy's decision to scrap OPEL was flawed

Optus says Conroy's decision to scrap OPEL was flawed

The Federal Government’s decision to scrap OPEL’s $1 billion regional broadband network was based on flawed data according to Optus chief executive Paul O’Sullivan.
Apr 2 2008 3:37PM
Panorama report on Wi-Fi was 'misleading'

Panorama report on Wi-Fi was 'misleading'

BBC complaints body rules against programme makers..
Dec 4 2007 7:21AM
Kaspersky 'was aware' of scanner flaw

Kaspersky 'was aware' of scanner flaw

Security firm Kaspersky was aware of the flaw in its online scanner and had issued a patch on 9 October, despite comments made to vnunet.com by its staff.
Oct 15 2007 10:08AM
Terrorist database stolen in raid was encrypted, police confirm

Terrorist database stolen in raid was encrypted, police confirm

Thieves have stolen a computer database from a company that specialises in gathering evidence from mobile phone networks to help police track suspected terrorists.
Aug 14 2007 1:32PM
HBOS: Lost data disk was not encrypted

HBOS: Lost data disk was not encrypted

A missing disk that contained the personal details of thousands of HBOS customers was not encrypted, the bank admitted today.
Jun 12 2007 10:17AM
2006 was 'worst of times' for Intel

2006 was 'worst of times' for Intel

Analyst reveals tale of two chip companies.
Mar 16 2007 10:21AM
Microsoft says Google success was 'wake-up call'

Microsoft says Google success was 'wake-up call'

The success of Google served as a "wake-up call" for Microsoft to the financial power of Web advertising, Microsoft's chief technologist said on Tuesday.
Feb 28 2007 10:36AM
Symantec, McAfee agree Microsoft PowerPoint vulnerability was patched

Symantec, McAfee agree Microsoft PowerPoint vulnerability was patched

Two leading anti-virus firms, who were debating the existence of an unpatched Microsoft PowerPoint vulnerability, now both agree the hole was sealed in Redmond's security update on Tuesday.
Feb 15 2007 6:21AM
Late-emerging New Year's scam was December's top virus

Late-emerging New Year's scam was December's top virus

A worm posing as a New Year's greeting has been ranked as last month's most widespread virus, despite not appearing until 30 December.
Jan 4 2007 4:54PM
McAfee denies it was ill prepared for Vista

McAfee denies it was ill prepared for Vista

McAfee has hit back at comments made by rival security firm Sophos yesterday alleging that it has not adequately prepared for Microsoft's forthcoming Vista operating system.
Oct 25 2006 8:42AM
Microsoft: Early release was customers' call

Microsoft: Early release was customers' call

Microsoft released its meta file vulnerability patch early partially because of customer feedback, a company vice president confirmed this week.
Jan 6 2006 8:39PM

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