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The US and China are vying for leadership as the top spam relaying countries, while Asia is by far the worst spamming relaying continent, according…
Wednesday, 19 April 2006 13:51

Symantec gets spoofed by virus purveyor

In the ultimate slap in the face, the world's largest anti-virus vendor Symantec has had its identity spoofed by a virus purveyor. A high risk…
Also see Microsoft says Open 10 years behind Don't miss Microsoft on the fix again – time for Linux? Microsoft is working frantically to…
Security vendor McAfee believes the latest Windows vulnerabilities announced by Microsoft are so serious that users could lose complete control of their workstations to attackers.
A new type of phishing scam targeting Chase Bank customers has been detected which redirects recipients to a 1800 telephone number rather than a fraudulent…
Hewlett-Packard has identified a vulnerability in software used by owners of some of its printers which allows hackers to steal information from users.
This article is also availiable here  JUST ADDED Mac OSX on PCs floodgates opening Also see It's a wireless world, but not for Apple and…
Thursday, 06 April 2006 05:33

NSW Police in major privacy breach

The NSW Police has been embroiled in controversy following a major privacy breach involving the disclosure of the email and password details of senior counter…
Secure messaging solutions provider, CipherTrust, has launched a free online resource where legitimate organisations may register their Websites and receive notifications of online fraud attempts.…
Mac OS X computers, once considered impervious to viruses, have suffered their second virus attack within days, after it was revealed today that a new…




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