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December 3rd, 2004 01:03 AM
Apple published an update to its Mac OS X operating system on Thursday, closing 17 holes in open-source and proprietary components of the software.
The advisory and patch addressed five...
December 3rd, 2004 12:58 AM
"Computer problems have left police forces in England and Wales unable to run national fingerprint checks for more than a week.
All 43 forces in England and Wales, including London's Metropolitan...
October 9th, 2004 01:37 AM
Here's a nice piece of article on security. The article is just a summary, I suggest you follow the links in it and read the entire report for Symantec.
"Recently Symantec released their latest...
October 2nd, 2004 03:36 AM
"MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--Microsoft plans to offer its own anti-spyware software, Chairman Bill Gates said Friday.
Gates said Microsoft will offer software to detect malicious applications and that...
September 24th, 2004 01:12 AM
Really, I just see this as a method for MS to try to make more money, just like it was with stopping support for Win95. I know it's better to upgrade to XP, but some machines just don't meet the...
August 30th, 2004 06:54 PM
If you change a file like a .mp3 one, let's say, to a .123 one, so that it can't be opened, is there any way to recover the orginal file?
August 25th, 2004 06:31 PM
Windows XP Service Pack 2 promises to raise the security bar for the sometimes beleaguered operating system. Unfortunately, one of the new features could be spoofed so that it reports misleading...
August 23rd, 2004 07:34 PM
A new worm has been discovered in the wild that's not just settling for invading users' PCs--it wants to invade their homes too.
The Rbot-GR virus follows a fairly traditional malware route of...
August 21st, 2004 12:48 AM
This article explains that the hack committed by Romanians on the South Pole servers wasn't the first, and law enforcement did not take appropriate measures to strengthen the security of the station...
August 19th, 2004 11:07 PM
Read my lips:
Get Rid of IE ASAP! Everybody, please just don't use it. That thing has more vulnerabilities in it than I got teeth in my mouth. And worst is, MS takes a long time to patch it. And...
August 17th, 2004 01:24 AM
I think that the only option is to use the auto update, unless real networks posts up their patches on the net to be downloaded.
On my computer, realplayer barely works, most of the time it...
August 13th, 2004 05:30 PM
Yes, it's the same tutorial made by me.
August 12th, 2004 05:50 PM
Secure Passwords Tutorial
This tutorial was designed as a guideline for choosing good passwords for computer users. Password security is a very important thing that many people overlook. You...
August 12th, 2004 12:02 AM
A 19-year-old Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Wednesday to unleashing part of the MSBlast worm attack that wreaked havoc on the Internet last summer.
Jeffrey Lee Parson admitted creating the...
August 5th, 2004 06:45 PM
Secunia Advisory: SA12232
Release Date: 2004-08-05
Where: From remote
Software: Mozilla 0.x
August 4th, 2004 08:48 PM
This is from the news:
Broadband providers and Internet phone services must comply with requirements designed for the traditional phone network, the Federal Communications Commission said in a...
August 4th, 2004 02:16 AM
I ask this question because of the article I just read:
The FBI wants to force Verizon Communications to make sure that its broadband-over-fiber service can be easily wiretapped by police and spy...
LAS VEGAS--If everything goes as planned, for 72 hours next February hackers from all over the United States will hit targets across the Internet in the largest mass attack to date.
I'm directly plugged in to the modem, I don't have a router.
First sign of the change was when ZoneAlarm configured a new IP address. I thought the ISP just changed the IP. When i visited a...
I was just wondering, what's the difference between an internal and external IP? I came over this when I got a different external IP by my ISP about a month ago. Until then, i had only one I think.
Well, finally some good news on the fight for phishers.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced it will donate $46,000 worth of software to an agency fighting "phishing" and will make a full-time analyst...
They have to, unless we'll be again in the stone age.
:( In the end, someone will probably invent a virus for any OS. They got one for Windows CE, and 64 bit. Too bad we can't stay away from people who write malicious code.
A second variant of the Atak worm, which goes to sleep to avoid detection by antivirus software, has been linked to an al-Qaida sympathizer who once threatened to release a powerful worm if the...
As of 4:15 PM (GMT -07:00) DST, TrendLabs declared a Medium alert to control the spread of this new BAGLE variant that is spreading via email and network shares. Initial infection reports has been...