Security Market Segment LS

You know a government is really getting serious about spam when courts hand out sentences to cyber crooks normally reserved for violent criminals. However, few…
The Asia Pacific vice president of patch management software vendor, Patchlink, believes that is a growing incidence of hackers targeting non-Microsoft platforms.
A new poll shows that email users are firmly opposed to paying for email as a means of ending the perennial spam problem.
It won't kill you Get some relief: Apple keeps 99c lid on music companies A recent poll of computer users has revealed that almost half…
A new bank phishing scam is on the loose with the scammer using a genuine registered top order domain name to entice people to believe…
Mac users had heaps to say about: Mac, welcome to the virus zone Security research organisation, The SANS Institute, has singled out MAC OSX, Firefox…
The ability to detect and remove unauthorised Apple iPod music and movie formats on corporate IT networks is one of the new security solutions announced…
Monday, 01 May 2006 19:06

Mac, welcome to the virus zone

Readers who got into this also got into: It's a wireless world, but not for Apple Apple can't have it both ways. It can stay…
Thursday, 27 April 2006 17:53

Phishers now talk with forked tongues

Internet security firm RSA Security says it has tracked significant growth in phishing attacks targeting financial institutions in non-English speaking countries over the past six…
A recent study has revealed that anti-spam filters at ISPs and corporation grateways is causing significant problems for the businesses of legitimate email marketers.




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