Microsoft's remedy plan won no respect last week from the government, which called the self-imposed restrictions "cosmetic" and incapable of undoing the harm caused by the company's business practices, in the latest brief filed in federal court.
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?
The Spammer.A worm virus, while similar to the 'ILOVEYOU' bug, is completely new and can do far greater damage.
Arriving with the subject line "FW:filename.extension", a new variant of the Love Bug virus has been detected.
Small-to-medium enterprises on the NSW South Coast have increased access to the power of the world wide web after the opening of an e-business drop-in centre at the University of Wollongong.
Australian businesses can afford to ignore the internet no longer, was the chief sentiment expressed at an Australian Financial Markets Association seminar yesterday.
Fans of extreme sports and alternative music are some of the prime targets in ChaosMusic's strategy of offering specialist online broadcasting.
While internet users wait for WAP to take their emails out of their homes and offices, a newly listed company is offering the option via its public internet access terminals.
A convicted dealer of pirated software will pay $31,500 and has committed to 100 hours of community service, the Business Software Association of Australia has reported.
The Microsoft Office Assistant, the talking paper clip that Microsoft has cited as an example of its software innovation during the government's antitrust investigation, has been found to include a security hole that allows attackers to take over a u...
Red Hat today released alpha source code to enable software developers to build applications for Intel's IA-64 architecture based on Red Hat's Linux distribution.
Microsoft has confirmed that it has released a beta-test version of the first bug-fix update for its Windows 2000 operating system.
New Zealand's rental housing agency plans to adopt a Linux operating system to run one of its core financial applications, according to a report in the New Zealand Herald.
An estimated 1 billion page views are expected to be generated on the official Olympic website leading up to and during the Sydney 2000 Games.
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