A group calling themselves Lizard Patrol have claimed responsibility for a recent Sony PlayStation Network outage.
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After taking down services including AVG, RedTube and Alexa and claiming responsibility, pro-Palestinian hacking group KDMS Team is under investigation by Network Solutions.
Malcolm Turnbull still believes Telstra will gift its supposedly worthless copper network to the Coalition for its FttN plan – but his reasons why, make no sense at all. With the election looming, has Turnbull simply abrogated any responsibility for NBN accuracy?
U.S. network equipment vendor offering deception-based security system which misleads hackers, such as to dead ends or false information.
According to a new survey, Gen Y is the cause of a split in network privilege rights.
[UPDATE] Company's Singapore-based facility will monitor emerging Internet threats in Southeast Asia and will act as catalyst for improving region's cybersecurity knowhow.
About 54 percent of youths aged 8 to 17 concerned about online bullying, but few parents and schools taking steps to help them protect themselves online, global survey finds.
update Hacker under pseudonym "Hardcore Charlie" claims responsibility for breaching network of China's National Electronics Import & Export Corporation and stole documents to post online, report states, but company refutes claims of attack.
A new Facebook scam is claiming the social network now lets you see who has visited your profile. This is false. Facebook will never let you do this, and you should not install apps claiming to do so.
The latest bit of skullduggery involves using ascii characters to impersonate Facebook's security team and steal credit card data from users of the social network.
Although it was technically possible for the National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) to filter internet content over the heads of internet service providers (ISPs), the government has said that it will still force the responsibility onto ISPs.
HP delivers NMC 9.1 as new demands on network management require secure, integrated, and automated response
To manage your network today, you really need to understand how your network is constructed from the bottom up, how it ties together, how it changes over time, and how it self-organizes. You need to build that kind of intelligence into your root-cause analysis.
newsmaker Brocade CEO Michael Klayko, whose less privileged beginnings spurred his passion for education and fighting hunger, says companies should "just get involved" in philanthropy.
Octopus Holdings, which contactless cards are widely used by commuters of Hong Kong's underground trains, pocketed US$5.7 million from selling its customers' personal data over past four years.
An Enisa study has found that ISPs are successfully managing junk email, partly through dedicating significant amounts of money to the problem
'Burst' productivity replaces rigid workplaces, service brokers mediate markets, social responsibility becomes the business, intelligence becomes network-borne, corporate culture adapts.
Last week SocialToo introduced an "antivirus solution" for Twitter. Problem? It's not an antivirus solution.
Does a WiFi network require a deep pockets sponsor, a "big brother" who will take legal responsibility and impose legal conditions on all users? WiFi actually provides the only means we have to create networks without those restrictions.
The Commonwealth Auditor-General has responded to accusations by Opposition communications spokesperson Bruce Billson that the tender process for the national fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) network has so far been unfair and anti-competitive.
Purdue University engineers are developing a system which would use a U.S. network of cellphones to detect dirty bombs and nuclear weapons. They say that 'such a system could blanket the nation with millions of cellphones equipped with radiation sensors able to detect even light residues of radioactive material.' They add that the extra circuitry wouldn't change much the thickness or the price of cellphones. They also say that these radiation-tracking cellphones could be customized to ignore some radioactive sources, like in hospitals. But you can imagine that such a network would probably trigger many false alarms. I'm also skeptical about the possibility of the integration of radiation sensors by manufacturers into their phones. But read more...
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