First, there was anti-virus.
By David Berlind
for Between the Lines
| August 17, 2004 -- 11:40 GMT (04:40 PDT)
| Topic: Security
MaxRoam drives cost/complexity out of international roaming
Tech & Work
Farewell to ZDNet (and CNET)
Demo: ClusterSeven's Enterprise Spreadsheet Manager tightly monitors spreadsheet integrity
Google Apps 'founder' Rajen Sheth: We dialog with users through new code
Monash Uni claims reputation-based blockchain capable of defending itself
The miner has their 'reputation' lowered to prevent malicious activity, the university says.
Lithuanian man pleads guilty to scamming Google and Facebook out of $123 million
Man posed as hardware vendor to trick Google and Facebook into sending payments to his bank accounts.
AT&T, Comcast successfully test SHAKEN/STIR protocol for fighting robocalls
AT&T and Comcast successfully test first SHAKEN/STIR-authenticated call between two different networks.
Global threat group Fin7 returns with new SQLRat malware
Previously unseen malware and a new admin panel have been tied to the notorious group.
Google bans VPN ads in China
Google cites "local legal restrictions" as the cause for its Chinese VPN ads ban.
Global security spending to top $103 billion in 2019, says IDC
Large enterprises will spend the most and managed security services will get plenty of attention.
Google Photos vulnerability could have let hackers retrieve image metadata
Browser side-channel leaks are emerging as the next big threat for per-target stalking ops.
CUJO Smart Firewall vulnerabilities exposed home networks to critical attacks
Remote code execution bugs were among those found.
Bank hackers team up to spread financial Trojans worldwide
The gang agreements focus on theft, malware capabilities, and territory grabs.