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Local jump in viruses spawned: report

The number of virus attacks originating in Australia leaped last year, putting it among the top five countries for virus generation, a new report claims.

Letter indicates that states have set sights on P-to-P

Peer-to-peer (P-to-P) file-swapping software makers could soon find themselves under closer legal scrutiny from the attorneys general of several U.S. states. A P-to-P industry advocacy group this week distributed a leaked draft copy of a letter appar...

Linksys speeds up 802.11g lineup

Linksys Group has released a line of 802.11g products aimed at small business and home users. The products are designed to give users more power for their wireless LANs.

Online banking safe: Westpac

The latest round of fake emails to bank customers is just more evidence of how well online banking security works, says Westpac New Zealand spokesman Paul Gregory.

P2P technology puts enterprise at risk

To the detriment of the enterprise, peer-to-peer (P2P) networking technology is making inroads into Australian companies with employees indiscriminately sharing music and videos.

Experts publish 'how to' book for software exploits

A new book by leading security researchers on writing code to exploit security flaws in software, including Microsoft's Windows operating system, has caused some raised eyebrows in the technical community for publishing "zero day," or previously unkn...

Survey: Java winning at the top end of town

While the competing J2EE and Microsoft .Net software development standards are an even tie among developers in corporate Australia, Java is winning the race at the top end, according to a recent survey.

Swiftel plans future with people

Perth-based ISP, Swiftel, has announced it will acquire all shares in telecommunications company, people telecom, and merge the two operations under the people telecom brand.

Customised software poised for increase

Despite the increasing use of standard packaged solutions and greater use of outsourcing, Australian organisations plan to increase their level of customised software development in the next two years.

MSN Messenger, Hotmail hit with outage

Due to internal technical problems at Microsoft, many MSN Messenger and Hotmail users, as well as some MSN Internet Access customers, were unable to connect to those services for about eight hours Friday.

IBM refreshes server line for smaller businesses

IBM has launched new versions of its Intel-based servers for small and medium-sized businesses. Based on the Pentium 4 processor, the xSeries 206 and 306 servers represent IBM's latest attempt to target smaller customers.

Telstra remedy under ACCC watch

Telstra has sent a submission to the ACCC in response to a consultation notice that cautioned the telco for acting anti-competitively when it released a range of broadband plans cheaper than what it offered its wholesale customers.

Hitachi offers more media storage with 400G-byte drive

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Inc. has launched a new 3.5-inch hard disk drive with a capacity of 400GB, higher than any other drive in this class, the company announced Wednesday. The drive has been designed for audio/video applications, and p...

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