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January 21, 2016 By SMSgee

SMSgee PC SMS Gateway Server

Send/receive large number of SMS from PC using multiple GSM phone/modem connected to PC. Support 5 device and more, SMS traffic up...

March 15, 2006 By IronFTP

IronFTP Server

IronFTP is a highly flexible commercial-grade FTP server for use by anyone from individuals to global corporations. IronFTP features...

February 26, 2010 By inMotion

inClick Ad Server - Contextual Ad Server

Are you looking for an advertising server platform that is stable, scalable, and has real people behind it? If so, the inClick Ad Server...

May 10, 2010 by

Should a targeted country strike back at the cyber attackers?

Should a targeted country retaliate over cyber attacks using kinetic weapons, or offensive cyber warfare capabilities? Common sense says 'yes', the dynamics of cyber warfare say 'think twice' before doing it, or you may easily end up attacking the wrong country, perhaps even your own infrastructure.

July 16, 2008 by

Ringleader of cybercrime group to be offered a job as cybercrime fighter

Owen Thor Walker, a 18 years old ringleader of an international cybercrime group, known as AKILL, part of the A-Team, a group of 8 script kiddies which were all caught in a operation called "Operation Bot Roast II" bust executed by the FBI and several international law enforcement agencies in 2007, responsible for pump'n'dump stock price manipulations through spam, infecting 1.

March 1, 2006 by

Jumpline: Not your average Web hoster

Once I realized there needs to be more than just a wiki behind Mashup Camp's Web site (that it needs to be a "smashup"), the next task was to flip the site's structure from that of  "a wiki that includes a Web site" to "a Web site that includes a wiki (amongst other components)." This meant that the first thing to do was to figure out where the Web site would be hosted.

April 4, 2004 by

Mini-terror

Think denial distributed of service (DDOS) attacks are bad? Meet junior terror: Mini-DDoS (mDDoS).

February 6, 2004 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

What connects transuranic elements, wartime Germany and Intel? What links Philip K. Dick's animated footwear and a cable modem? What has Rupert been smoking this week?

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