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New South Wales Govt proposes ‘Anti-hacking' legislation.

The NSW State Attorney General, Bob Debus, has proposed amendments to the NSW Crimes Act which will see those found guilty of "interfering with electronic communication and identity theft" imprisoned for up to ten years. "The new offences are based o...

New round of ITOL funding

The Federal Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Richard Alston has announced another round of grants for the Government's Information Technology Online (ITOL) Program.

GST site breach: AFP investigating

The aftermath of yesterday's exposure of a flaw in the department of the Treasury's ‘GST Assist' web site has seen a project manager with the Office admit that low levels of security on the site were a consequence of the Office's need to complete the...

Govt security hole assists GST hack

An unemployed Melbourne man known only as "Kelly" has contacted the ABC and relayed details of security breach he claims to have found on the Treasury's GST Assist website on Thursday 29 June.

Nike.com slashed

An activist group in Melbourne have been linked to a web-jacking on Nike.com

Virus alert - 'Stages' worm appears

Network Associates have upgraded the 'STAGES' worm and have issued new definitions for this virus, which is yet another VBScript worm that has been identified amongst the thousands already there.

Vendors, ATO provide online resources for SMEs

The SME sector is gearing up for the biggest thing since Y2K - The GST. While the ATO has published a series of information web sites, software manufacturers are chipping in now that implementation is around the corner.

GST "kickback" for small businesses

At a seminar in Parramatta organised by an accounting software firm and newspaper, the Federal Treasurer unveiled another sweetener for small businesses waiting to tackle the GST.

Anti-virus companies ‘ambulance chasing' over Love variants

Hackers, analysts, the CIA and even some security companies are suggesting the weekend's round of warnings about the "NewLove" worm typify the extent to which the Anti-Virus industry is using hype to sell software. But is this is a fair criticism?

First Griffith, then the world. EditLive! goes live

Brisbane-based software developer Ephox is poised to release the complete-specification version of its EditLive! Web content management software, following the announcement in recent weeks of a licensing deal for 50,000 licences with Griffith Univers...

thechamber.com.au goes online

Some estimates suggest that the total value of business to business (B2B) trade online in the Asia-Pacific region will exceed $1.6 trillion by 2004. As a result, it's not surprising that the New South Wales Chamber of Commerce has launched thechamber...

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