Hackers Renew Windows 'MS06-040' Attacks
Symantec and the Internet Storm Center have alerted users to increased activity which could indicate a new round of spybot and worm attacks exploiting a Windows Server security vulnerability.
Linspire Makes Linux Download Service Free
Linspire, the innovative Linux house founded by Internet entrepreneur Michael Robertson, has jettisoned the $20 annual subscription fee it was charging for its basic Click 'N Run open-source software download
New Security Threat: 'SMiShing'
Consumers, corporate end users and security-focused solution providers have another reason to be overwhelmed this week. News of yet another high-profile data breach has hit this week, as did information
Drawing The Curtain
The server business is entering a fascinating phase, with processors that feature power through the roof and energy efficiency unrivaled by older chips; extraordinary hardware options available to you whether you're in a large enterprise or a small business; a...
California Considers Wi-Fi Protection Bill
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is considering a bill that would require manufacturers of wireless routers to warn buyers against failing to secure their networks.
Google Offers Free Downloads Of Books
Citing fair use exemptions, Google releases new feature that allows users to download and copy entire books, which is raising the ire of authors and publishers.
Microsoft Readies Fix For DRM Hack
Ignoring pleas for an end to DRM, Microsoft promises patch to prevent a software tool from removing the music and video player's copyright protection technology.
Wireless Propagator: A Wireless Repeater to Switch Transition? -- Part 4
Metro Wi-Fi deployments are expensive. Although coverage over capacity remains a viable goal in this early stage of the market, anything an operator can do to reduce the number of nodes will drive those installation costs down. Cohda, Go Networks and Wavion each offers technologies to address those requirements.
Research: Security Issues Alarming But Fixable
A pair of security surveys released this week shows that protecting corporate and consumer data is sometimes easier than people might think, but the broader problem still is confounding far
Network Appliance is in the crosshairs of a lot of small companies - and maybe a couple of large ones
Wi-Fi Alliance breaks ranks on 802.11n testing
Broadcom has welcomed the decision taken by the Wi-Fi Alliance to speed up the testing process for 802.11n specification equipment despite the fact that the high data-rate wireless technology is
PortAuthority announced that it uniquely meets organizations' biggest challenges in protecting confidential information
Riverbed Scales Up
WAN acceleration firm launches a product with 4-Gbit/s throughput for larger installations
New Study: Kiss Traditional Telephones Good-Bye
A new study from PointTopic found that VoIP subscribers jumped by 83% in 2005, and hit nearly 19 million subscribers worldwide. It's just one more piece of evidence that traditional telephone are going the way of the horse and buggy....
HP ProCurve Stacks Deck With New Switches
Hewlett-Packard's ProCurve Networking by HP division this week plans to expand its lineup of stackable switches with three new series of Layer 2 Fast and Gigabit Ethernet products.