Getting more out of your satellite TV
Thanks to Global Invacom and ESA, you could one day distribute satellite TV programmes to devices around your home via the Internet.
China Internet hit by 'largest ever' attack
China has been hit by the "largest ever" attack on its Internet structure, crashing the country's .cn servers, according to a government-linked agency.
China, Indonesia lead sources of online attacks: study
China and Indonesia headed the list of 177 countries named as sources of Internet attacks, a security survey said Tuesday.
What makes SKorea cyberattacks so hard to trace?
The attacks that knocked South Korean banks offline this week appear to be the latest examples of international "cyberwar." But among the many ways that digital warfare differs from conventional combat: there's ...
Experts: SC hacking largest vs. state tax agency
(AP)—Experts say that the hacking of 3.6 million South Carolina tax returns is the largest cyber-attack against a state tax agency in the nation.
Downloads and data management: Upgrading the Internet for the mobile age
(Phys.org)—Some strands of the World Wide Web are getting a little tattered. When it comes to delivering data to users, the Web still works brilliantly. But for other functions such as allowing users to ...
Researchers find most BitTorrent users being monitored
Anonymous exposes visitors to child porn sites
The online "hacktivist" group Anonymous claimed on Wednesday to have published the Internet Protocol addresses of nearly 200 visitors to child pornography forums.
New geotracking technology could make you easier to find
Internet address warehouse empty
The global warehouse for Internet addresses ran empty on Thursday.
Chatroulette.com cracking down on perverts
Chatroulette.com is cracking down on unsavory behavior by capturing pictures and Internet addresses of people being naughty at the service that randomly links strangers using live webcams.
Bing blocks online sex searches in Middle East: study
The Open Net Initiative (ONI) on Friday said Microsoft's search engine Bing is more prudish than government censors when it comes to sex-related online queries.
Microsoft to cut time holds internet search data
Software giant Microsoft said it would slash by two thirds the time it holds Internet users' personal data gathered from search queries.
SKorea says attackers use IP address in 16 nations
(AP) -- Cyber attacks that caused a wave of Web site outages in the U.S. and South Korea used 86 IP addresses in 16 countries, South Korea's spy agency told lawmakers Friday, amid suspicions North Korea was ...
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