Dutch police have uprooted a large information-stealing botnet known as Bredolab, thought to have infected more than 30 million computers.
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A criminal gang has stolen over 60GB of data using a botnet that has infected around 55,000 computers around the world, according to a report.
The organizations that run the servers at the heart of the internet have taken a step closer to a web without DNS spoofing.
The company has rebuffed assertions it has gone back on a 2005 promise not to enforce 500 of its patents against open-source developers
An active Bind 9 exploit that a hacker could use to crash internet servers is in wide circulation, according to the Internet Systems Consortium.
The software company has updated its Live Search Crawl Issues tool to indicate whether malware might be on a crawled website
The open-source company will acquire business-services management company Managed Objects for an undisclosed sum, taking it up against competitors including CA and IBM
Outside air blows hot, cold and dusty, but it cools just as well in datacentres as expensive air conditioning, according to the company
Outside air blows hot, cold and dusty, but it cools just as well in datacenters as expensive air conditioning, according to Intel.
The meteorological department is acquiring a £33m supercomputer that will operate at close to a petaflop within the next three years