Broadband customers and U.S. military systems are the most common victims of an online phenomenon researchers have dubbed "dark address space," which leaves some 100 million hosts completely unreachable from portions of the Internet.
WASHINGTON -- The deadly attacks of September 11 didn't just give us tighter airport checkpoints, new wiretapping and surveillance laws, and countless metric tons of explosives air-lifted to Afghanistan.
A theoretical physicist has created a system he says could protect buildings and other structures from terrorist assaults by reducing the physical force of impacts by up to 95 percent.
The theory has caused a buzz in scientific circles following the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and in light of the continued threats against U.S. targets.
L33tdawg: Didn't we already establish that the whole idea of obtaining security through a personal firewall was like saying you're going to get security by installing an unpatched version of Windows NT?