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China received the brunt of a rise in malware attacks around the world in April, doubling its share of attacks from the previous month as…
Tuesday, 03 March 2009 08:50

AVG bumps up security software

AVG has boosted the protection offered by its security products. The free version of its anti-virus suite now includes real-time protection against web-borne threats.
Message Partners has just released into the public domain for use with spam filters, what it claims is the world’s most extensive offensive language list,…
After years of fighting a losing battle against the growing deluge of spam swamping the net, security and law enforcement agencies finally struck their first…
Thursday, 15 January 2009 13:23

Old worm up to new tricks

A worm first discovered in November last year has resurfaced and is using a new way to spread. The Wimn32.Worm.Downadup, which installs rogue security software…
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 11:22

NMAP the Book

Fyodor (better known to his mum as Gordon Lyon) has announced the availability of his book “NMAP Network Scanning,” the official guide to the Nmap…
Look, everyone knew the day was coming, there is no escaping that fact. It doesn't make it any the more disappointing, but it should hardly…
Wednesday, 26 November 2008 11:19

Spam Wars: Return of the Rustock

I hope you enjoyed the brief respite from spam that was observed following the takedown of McColo, because levels are rising again.
A survey has shown Australian enterprises are experiencing incredibly high levels of software project failure, with more than half not being completed successfully. At an…
Could isolating just one hosting company significantly affect spam volumes? Apparently it can - and has!