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Internet Password Recovery Toolbox

"I have forgotten my password". Virtually any sign-in form in the Internet has this link. And while restoring one or two passwords...

December 24, 2013 By Rixler Software

CoolEagle Personal Firewall

CoolEagle is designed to protect your DSL- or cable-connected PC from hackers. This program includes four interlocking security services:...

June 16, 2005 By CoolEagle Software

Sega Pass website hacked

Sega has warned that the Sega Pass network of sites, which includes its gaming forums and press resources websites, has been hacked.The gaming company revealed the hack on Friday by sending an email to registered members.

June 17, 2011 by

Outages, breaches hurt cloud reputation

Security breaches like the Sony PlayStation Network (PSN) hack, and outages like Amazon's recent cloud failure, have taken some of the shine off the cloud for Glenn Archer, first assistant secretary of the Australian Government Information Management Office's (AGIMO) Policy and Planning Division.

May 31, 2011 by

Advanced Net Tools

Revolutionary set of Network Administration tools for professionals. Scanning utilities and configuration utilities. TraceRoute tells...

February 13, 2002 By DreamSys Software

Sony site used for phishing

Sony has been hacked, and one of its servers used to host a phishing site, according to Finnish company F-Secure.The hack, which is not connected to Sony's problems with its PlayStation Network, has placed a phishing webpage on the Sony Thailand site, F-Secure chief research officer Mikko Hypponen told ZDNet UK on Friday.

May 20, 2011 by

Amazon cloud used in PlayStation Network hack

Servers owned by Amazon were used as a staging area for the hack that crippled Sony's online entertainment network, according to a source quoted by Bloomberg.Hackers rented computers from Amazon Web Services' (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) under an alias and used them to launch the PlayStation Network (PSN) attack, Bloomberg reported on Saturday morning.

May 14, 2011 by

Sony confirms PlayStation Network hack exposed user info

Sony Computer Entertainment on Tuesday admitted that user information on its PlayStation Network and Qriocity services has been compromised, and that credit card information may have been compromised, as well.In a post to the PlayStation blog, senior director of corporate communications and social media Patrick Seybold relayed the message following a six-day outage - and an outage of information for which Sony has been strenuously criticized.

April 26, 2011 by

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