Attacks on Internet computers are on pace to easily double the number reported last year, according to a government-funded security information clearinghouse, Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).
With three months still remaining in 2001, the number of security incidents reported to the coordination center of the Computer Emergency Response Team in 2001 has already soared past the totals for 2000, according to statistics released by CERT today...
By Brian McWilliams, Newsbytes
SINGAPORE--More than 100,000 pieces of counterfeit video CDs (VCDs), CD-Roms and DVDs were seized, and 15 men were arrested, as police launched raids on three pirate syndicates on Saturday.
The raids, which involved 40 officers, lasted eight hours. Police had been monitoring the activities of the syndicates over three months, after raids in town had driven the pirates into the HDB heartlands.
The operators hired five vehicles to transport their illegal goods to pasar malam stalls in Ang Mo Kio, Chua Chu Kang and Toa Payoh.
F-Secure Corporation wants to debunk the media reports warning on the Sircam e-mail worm activating destructively on October 16th. Sircam has been spreading widely since July 2001, and is currently among top three infectors worldwide.
By: Rick Perera
Nobody said the war was over. When it comes to pop-up and banner advertising on websites, tempers run high: Dedicated surfers can't stand the commercial messages, but site operators who depend on advertising revenues want people to see them.
Now a hacker has fired the latest round.
L33tdawg: This is pretty damn funny -- the list of 70 excuses are listed in the read more.
Mr. Bad and Crackmonkey collaborate on a fine Mr. Bad's List. We put together ALL the TECHNOLOGY you ever need to know in order to STUMP your OPPONENT in a technical argument. Use these only when your back is against the wall -- they're definitely desperation tactics.