A new computer worm spreading over the Internet captures a user's keystrokes and creates a back door that could give an attacker access to the infected system or enable the machine to secretly be used in a denial of service attack.
In a move that could improve Symantec's standing in the hotly contested market for enterprise security management products, the company Monday announced a new vulnerability assessment tool and an updated version of its Incident Manager software.
A Swedish mobile messaging company's software will be offered for integration into Microsoft Corp. Office 2003, allowing users to send SMS (Short Message Service) messages from Microsoft Outlook.
There is very little good news in the 2003 Australian Computer Crime and Security Survey released today, which shows a rise in attacks and that the impact on business is more costly and damaging.
Microsoft will support all major writable DVD formats in future versions of its Windows operating system, the software maker said.
Microsoft has outlined a future model for PCs, the successor to Windows XP, and an upcoming iteration of Windows CE, all of which the company hopes will improve how users interact with computers.
The disclosure last Wednesday of a serious security vulnerability in the .NET Passport service underscored shortcomings with the development and management of the single sign-on technology and may undermine Microsoft Corp.'s efforts to win wider adop...
The CERT Coordination Center is warning Internet users to beware of a new e-mail-borne threat that could allow an attacker to run malicious code on a victim's computer.
Visa USA Inc. and Visa International Service Association have been sued by two technology companies who claim that the credit card companies stole their patented technology for authenticating credit card holders in online transactions.
Toshiba has developed a dual-layer rewritable optical disc for use with the blue-laser-based AOD (Advanced Optical Disc) format that it is developing with NEC.
When Yahoo rolls out a new e-commerce offering in the third quarter of 2003, small-business owner Lynne Bingham predicts that at least one of the promised enhancements is going to be "huge" for customers like her.
Microsoft will offer new pricing in North America for its Xbox Live online gaming service, later this year. It will raise the price of its "starter pack" by $US20 and offer a new monthly subscription option for $US5.99.
Asserting its commitment to signing up one million broadband subscribers by 2005, Telstra has announced that it has now almost 313,000 broadband subscribers across its cable, ADSL, satellite and wholesale networks.
The '80s are back for games distributor, Infogrames, which has undergone an overnight transformation to adopt the name of video game pioneers, Atari.
Microsoft has selected Transmeta as a reference design partner for the next generation of its Smart Displays, Transmeta said Tuesday.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Its twelve hours of battery life did not disappoint.
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