Ever-expanding IT solutions company Solution 6 is set to loosen its belt another notch after announcing it intends to swallow up Sausage Software in a billion-dollar takeover bid.
Abdelkader Smires, 31, an employee at Internet Trading Technologies (ITTI) in New York, was being held without bail this week for allegedly launching a denial-of-service attack against the company.
Law enforcement officials said they've tracked down a foreign hacker who they allege stole more than 485,000 credit-card numbers and saved them on a U.S. government agency's Web site, the Secret Service said today.
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The U.S. Army has placed its cyberdefense teams on full alert after a known hacker group threatened to take down the Army's World Wide Web home page this Friday.
The U.S. Secret Service and Citicorp, a unit of New York-based Citigroup, are working together to develop a pilot program to fight identity theft and other types of e-commerce fraud, according to a statement issued by the U.S. Treasury Department.
The Australian Communications Authority (ACA) has said it is not concerned the second largest portion of the 1.8GHz spectrum has been awarded to a company cautioned about its equity-raising tactics.
Adacel Technologies has released ecommerce security products for Red Hat Linux, including certificate authority software CertEntity, and an X.500 database, View500.
Online business store ozbuy.com has added Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and Wireless Networking (WING) to its offerings.
A new worm now "in the wild" has the potential to shut down Windows platforms and make the operating system permanently unusable.
Intel forum ponders a networked future with intuitive computers in cars and clothes.
Subscription service drops prices; get three years with a PC and Net access for $25 monthly.
Telstra is "on watch" after the National Party insisted the Federal Government conduct a nationwide public inquiry into the service levels of the telco.
In the wake of last month's hack attacks on Yahoo, E-Trade, and other leading Web sites, the Department of Justice has unveiled a new public information site designed to take on Internet crime.
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