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Donations for disaster relief charities are in danger of ending in the hands of hackers, with one of the more high profile targets of late…
Wednesday, 02 November 2005 11:00

Blogging a security threat says cyber guardian

Blogging has joined the growing list of IT security threats as employees sound off on the web, according to an online security firm.
Thursday, 27 October 2005 10:00

Don't get feathers ruffled by bird flu spam

Security specialist Sophos is warning internet users in Australia and New Zealand to avoid being sucked in by spam preying on people's fears about bird…
Tuesday, 25 October 2005 16:20

Survey finds spyware top security issue

Australian businesses see spyware as their top web security issue, above employees accessing unauthorised Internet sites and web-based viral threats and malware.
Staff using Hotmail accounts can cause massive security risks for their employers, as demonstrated this month when the Sober.R virus disrupted a major company, warned…
Wednesday, 19 October 2005 19:58

TippingPoint launches anti-phishing solution

3Com security division, TippingPoint, has launched what it claims is the first comprehensive network-based solution to block phishing attempts and guard against identity theft.
Honeywell Australia's boss told attendees at the Smart Borders Conference in Sydney yesterday that the nation's current security needs could only be met by a…
Anti-virus vendor, Symantec has launched a new certification program on how to protect critical information assets for small business IT managers and resellers.
Network security vendor WatchGuard Technologies has installed its Firebox security appliance at music and video retail chain, HMV Records Australia, for proactive security and network…
Wednesday, 12 October 2005 10:00

US chief culprit for spamming Aussies

Australian computer users receive three times more spam emails from the US than from any other source, according to statistics from security developer New Millennium…



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