Hackers, perhaps affiliated with a well-known Russian criminal network, have attacked and hijacked Web sites belonging to Georgia, the former Soviet republic now in the fourth day of war with Russia, a security researcher claimed Sunday.
Tiffany & Co. has appealed a US district court ruling that says eBay is not responsible for counterfeit goods sold on its Web site.
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Despite the continued threat of software piracy, APEJ (Asia-Pacific excluding Japan) revenues for paid online content services rose 25.6 percent year-on-year to US$3.86 billion in 2007, according to research firm, Frost and Sullivan (Frost).
A technical cock-up has exposed the email address of over 13,000 Ticketek members.
Patches meant to fix a flaw in the Internet's Domain Name System (DNS) don't completely protect the Web's traffic cop from attack, a Russian research claimed Friday.
Apple's CEO Steve Jobs Monday confirmed that the company has a "kill switch" it can flip to remotely disable potentially malicious applications that have been downloaded to any iPhone.
Video editors and shot selectors for NBC Universal's massive U.S. coverage of the Olympic Games will have to rely on their coworkers for Beijing souvenirs, because they'll be staying home thanks to Cisco Systems' WAN acceleration technology.
Olympics fever has taken over the world, and Microsoft has come up with a clever idea to boost the use of Silverlight: Partner with NBC to show clips of Olympic competitions with the Silverlight player.
Over the next two weeks the victories and defeats of athletes at the 2008 Olympic Games will decide much of how the event will be remembered. But going into the competition, there is already one notable first: it is the first Olympics that will be pr...
Microsoft on Monday released the first service packs for the Visual Studio 2008 software development platform and the accompanying .Net Framework 3.5 programming framework, offering improvements for building client, Web, and data-driven applications.
Apple is likely to announce a redesigned iPod Touch and slimmer MacBooks at an event in September, analysts said on Monday.
A pair of critical vulnerabilities in Sun Microsystems's Java technology for mobile devices could be used by hackers to surreptitiously make calls, record conversations and access information on Nokia Series 40 cell phones, a Polish researcher said M...
A tech vendor-backed company that buys up patents in an effort to protect the Linux community from intellectual property litigation will soon launch a Web site to help inventors file defensive publications -- documents that make details of an inventi...
Here's a lesson for reporters covering the Black Hat security conference: Trust noone.
A network service that traps more malicious software than a single antivirus program catches by itself could be the next weapon used to fight Internet threats.
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