In New Zealand, educators give up the battle against textchat on exams, but some still hold the line when it comes to academic papers.
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Online brokerage E*Trade secured a 7.5 percent stake in E*Trade Australia on Monday.
International fight against online crime gets a boost with new cooperative information-sharing enterprise
Yahoo! Australia and New Zealand has confirmed the takeover of auctionportal, SOLD.
A grammatically challenged cybervandal replaced Microsoft's (msft) local New Zealand site on Monday with a Web page poking fun at the software giant's poor security. The same vandal also defaced the media Web site of the Ford Motor Co.
ORBS, a New Zealand organization that tests networks for bad e-mail filters without waiting for spam complaints, is fighting spam with spam. The thousands of e-mails needed to poke and prod a system for weak links are considered spam by one of the groups ISPs, AboveNet.
About 75 percent of domain name system (DNS) servers in Australia and NewZealand are vulnerable to Denial-of-Service attacks, and 55 percent may becompromised at the root level. The figures represent a considerable risk tomany Web sites, according to Sydney-based security consultancy DeMorgan.
About 75 percent of Domain Name System (DNS) servers in Australia and New Zealand are vulnerable to denial-of-service attacks and 55 percent may be compromised at the root level. The figures represent a considerable risk to many Web sites, according to Sydney-based security consultancy DeMorgan.
SYDNEY -- Australian retail giant Coles Myer announced it has acquired the rights to the source code of the Peapod home shopping software. A letter of intent, signed Thursday, will give Coles Myer the rights in perpetuity to operate the software exclusively in Australia and New Zealand.
The European parliament is evaluating the possible dangers of Echelon, a rumored U.S.