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E-mails give few clues to ILOVEYOU author

E-mails give few clues to ILOVEYOU author

Philippine-based Internet provider Access Net Inc. has turned over all information regarding the owner of an e-mail account contained in the ILOVEYOU worm to a joint task force of Philippine law enforcement officers and U.

May 4, 2000 by in Asean

Report: Teen responsible for 'Love Bug'

Report: Teen responsible for 'Love Bug'

As investigators zeroed in on a suspect in the ILOVEYOU virus case Saturday, reports of infections have finally begun to slow down. Several sources indicate the virus writer left a fairly obvious electronic trail, and U.

May 5, 2000 by in Asean

Asia Pacific carriers unite to promote open market policies

Asia Pacific carriers unite to promote open market policies

Global and regional carriers have formed the Asia Pacific Carriers' Coalition (APCC) to "promote open market policies and best practice regulatory frameworks" throughout the region.The group includes carriers such as AT&T, British Telecom, Cable & Wireless, T-Systems (a division of Deutsche Telekom), MCI, Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications, StarHub, and Pacific Internet.

September 14, 2004 by in Asean

Philippines orders government agencies online

Philippines orders government agencies online

A new Philippine law mandates a two-year deadline for government agencies to begin providing services and doing official business online. The Department of Agriculture has a head start, with a launch this fall of a marketplace where farmers can post their products before harvesting and immediately find buyers online.

October 4, 2000 by in Asean

Security survey: Two-thirds of Asian firms hit

Security survey: Two-thirds of Asian firms hit

KUALA LUMPUR--A recent survey on information and communication technology (ICT) security in Malaysia has discovered that 68 percent of respondents suffered some sort of cyber-security breach in 2000. The study, conducted by the National ICT Security and Emergency Response Center (NISER), a goverment-backed cyber security organization, indicated that the level of awareness of the need for a thorough process to deter hackers and crackers was very low compared to the US.

November 7, 2001 by in Asean