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July 27, 2011 by

Myanmar tops Akamai attack traffic figures

Myanmar was the top source for attack traffic during the first quarter of 2011, according to traffic-optimisation company Akamai.Myanmar accounted for 13 percent of attack traffic, while the US accounted for 10 percent, according to Akamai's quarterly State of the Internet Report.

July 3, 2011 by

Optus filter to go live this month

Optus has confirmed that it will follow Telstra and start filtering its customers' internet traffic for a blacklist of sites containing child pornography within the next few weeks.

July 1, 2011 by

Telstra's Interpol filter goes live

The nation's largest telco Telstra last night confirmed that it had started filtering its customers' internet traffic, preventing them from accessing a blacklist of sites containing child pornography as compiled by international policing agency Interpol.

February 25, 2010 by

Pirate Party attacks Lundy's filter option

The fledgling Pirate Party has attacked the opt-out amendment being proposed by Labor Senator Kate Lundy to the government's filtering legislation as "censorship lite", saying it was a "hollow response" to the community's concerns about the project.

February 14, 2010

Tough titties: Govt sites stormed

Anonymous, best known for its masked protests against the Church of Scientology, has branched out into denial-of-service attacks against Australian government websites to protest the Rudd Government's plans for mandatory internet "filtering".

September 8, 2009 by

Hackers target govt over filter

A group of hackers mainly known for their attacks against the Church of Scientology has threatened a widespread web attack starting today against the Federal Government in an attempt to protest its internet filtering initiative.

May 17, 2009 by

Amazon beefs up cloud visibility and monitoring tools

Amazon Web Services rolled out a beta for Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) tools that will allow for better monitoring and visibility of cloud computing resources. In a blog post (statement), Amazon introduced:Amazon CloudWatch, which tracks and monitors the company's cloud computing service;AutoScaling, which adds and subtracts EC2 capacity based on demand;And Elastic Load Balancing, which will distribute traffic across EC2 computing instances.

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